From Rémi Zara:
SetiDockling monitors in the dock the work of your Seti@home and Distributed.net clients. It can display up to two pieces of information from up to two different clients. It can store preferences for any number of clients.
What's new in this version:
Updated the link to the Seti@Home statistics.
Added the ability to display only one piece of information in the Dock.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. the GUI Seti@home for 8 months with an average 28+ hours per work unit. After downloading the CLI and SetiDockling, I see my first work unit completed in 13 hours. GREAT! I like having the process info. accessible in the dock - short and easy sweet. Two questions though: Can I close my 'hidden' Terminal now? It says it will stop the process in the terminal window. Are the two linked in the background? And, what is the 'nice' setting for in the preferences?
It should be explained what people need to do to get the right path.
Tell what the NICE setting is for in preferences