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UNIX Console

Home Page License:
Shareware; $199

Current Version: 3.2 (December 3, 2004)

While not strictly a terminal emulation application at all, those of you who understand what it does will also understand why I have categorized it onto this page. UNIX console is basically a graphical front end to a telnet session with your Solaris box (yes, it's geared toward the results that Solaris produces, at least right now.) Currently, what that means is a nicely formatted visual display of:

  • BSD printer spools
  • Disk utilization
  • Ethernet interfaces
  • Load analysis
  • RAM usage
  • CPU historical analysis
  • Process overview
  • SAMBA and EtherShare client overview

Version 3.2 adds/changes the following:

  • Maintenance release
  • Faster graph display
  • Under Win32 systems, graph node information tags now display like Windows HelpTags rather than a small floating window
  • Resizeable console windows
  • Printing implemented

UNIX Console is shareware, and the download below will allow you to try out the software for 30 days before requiring you to purchase.

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