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       wmlongrun - A dockapp to monitor the LongRun(tm) status on Crusoe(tm) processors.


       wmlongrun [options]


       This manual page documents briefly the wmlongrun command.

       WMLongRun  is  a  program  to monitor for LongRun(tm). It displays the current LongRun(tm)
       settings and status: the frequency, the LongRun(tm) flags (performance  or  economy),  and
       the performance level (expressed as a percentile).

       It  is  a  dockapp  (dockable  application) that is supported by X window managers such as
       Window Maker, AfterStep, BlackBox, and Enlightenment. It has two user interfaces:  an  LCD
       look-alike  user  interface  and  an LED-interface.  If you select the LCD-interfaces, the
       back-light may be turned on/off by clicking the mouse button over the application.


       This program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long  options  starting  with
       two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below.

       -d, --display <string>
              Attempt  to  open  a window on the named X display. In the absence of  this option,
              the  display  specified  by the DISPLAY environment variable is used.

       -bl, --backlight
              turn on back-light.

       -lc, --light-color <color>
              back-light color. (rgb:6E/C6/3B is default)

       -i, --interval <number>
              number of secs between updates. (1 is default)

       -cd, --cpuid-device <device>
              specify Linux CPUID device ('/dev/cpu/0/cpuid' is default)

       -md, --msr-device <device>
              specify Linux MSR device ('/dev/cpu/0/msr' is default)

       -l, --led
              run the application with LED interface

       -h, --help
              show help text and exit.

       -v, --version
              show program version and exit.

       -w, --windowed
              run the application in windowed mode

       -bw, --broken-wm
              activate broken window manager fix


       Seiichi SATO <>.

                                          March 13, 2002                             WMLONGRUN(1)