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    Configuring System Load Indicator

    First of all, I apologize if this is the wrong place to start this thread, I didn't see a application section, please correct me if that's not the case...

    So, I've been using System Load Indicator for a while now:
    https://launchpad.net/indicator-multiload
    and I really like it, with just one thing that bothers me. The load Graph seems a bit off. I say that because even though I'm running on a quad-core machine, the graph is completely filled at 1.00. Since I have four cores, according to this article, http://blog.scoutapp.com/articles/20...-load-averages I should be fine up to 4.00, right?

    I've been searching for this and can't find a fix, is there a configuration file somewhere I could edit the number of cores or something? If not, how would I go about looking at the source code, and possibly change it?

    I'm asking because I think the graph is either a) registering the actual load number instead of the percentage (current load to max load), or b) It's a percentage like I mentioned before, but the program assumes that I have only one core. I feel like either one could be easily changed, but I have no idea where to look.

    I saw that I can edit some settings in dconf editor /apps/indicators/multiload, but that doesn't offer any configuration beyond the gui tools from right clicking it.

    Also, I'm not sure if it matters, but I am running Ubuntu 12.04 precise pangolin 64 bit, and the my cpu is an intel i7. (In case it's some sort of a driver issue, though I don't think it is.)

    EDIT: The version of System Load Indicator is 0.2.
    Last edited by TheGuyWithTheFace; December 20th, 2012 at 10:17 PM.
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