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Topic # 27026 10-Oct-2008 18:18
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Hi there.
Ive an OEM Imon VFD install (mainly for the power on option)

How do I setup the display to show ONLY CPU usage, rather than CPU, type, speed & usage (it switches between all 3)
I dont want to be be constantly told CPU type & speed, CPU usage is helpfull, especially when trying to
sort Hardware decoding isues.

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  Reply # 170481 10-Oct-2008 19:03
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Through the imon software. You can select what you want it to display.








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  Reply # 170496 10-Oct-2008 20:24
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done that, but it displays Cpu type, then CPU speed, then CPU %
I only want cpu %
no where in the imon menu to display only cpu %

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  Reply # 170926 13-Oct-2008 19:10
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you can't do what you want within imon.

if you just want cpu useage only you can use lcd smartie.
(i have used lcd smartie with imon vfd in the past, had it setup to have cpu useage on the top and memory useage below)




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