Mondo is a system health monitor daemon for Linux, capable of running specific commands whenever alarm conditions get tripped. Mondo can do things like send e-mails and shut your system down if a fan fails, voltage rails start to go haywire, or your system just seems warmer than it should be. It can actually run any command of your choice to handle an alarm condition. If you've ever used the popular Motherboard Monitor suite with Shutdown NOW!, you might understand how Mondo would be useful.
|[May 31 2003]||Mondo v0.9a has been released; go here to see what's changed, then grab it here. Also, the site's had a slight redesign (I could no longer stand the cheesy fanfare bit), and the CPU list has been updated.|
|[Sept. 20 2002]||Mondo v0.9 (a significant bugfix and feature release) has been released. All users are encouraged to upgrade. Check out what's new here; as always, download it here. In other news, the CPU list has been updated with VIA C3 information.|
|[August 24 2002]||Mondo v0.8 (a significant bugfix and feature release) has been released. This release includes all supported package formats, including Gentoo eBuild. Release notes are here; download links are here.|
|[August 24 2002]||The FAQ and CPU list pages are up.|
|[July 30 2002]||Version 0.7, a moderate-severity bugfix release, is now available. Get it here.|
|[July 25 2002]||Michael v.Ostheim has updated his Gentoo eBuild scripts to version 0.6a. They can be found on the download page. Installation instructions are here.|
|[Jun 22 2002]||Version 0.6a, a bugfix and packaging update, has been released. Go check out the download and install pages to get this latest release.|
|[May 17 2002]||Michael v.Ostheim's eBuild work is now part of the Gentoo package list.|
|[May 7 2002]||Gentoo eBuild scripts are now available (thanks to Michael v.Ostheim). They can be found on the download page. Installation instructions are here.|
|[Apr 11 2002]||Version 0.6, a bugfix and packaging update, has been released. Go check out the download and install pages to get this latest release.|
If you have a bug report, or if you want to become part of the project, then e-mail me (kelledin at spam-free-internet dot users dot sourceforge dot net) or post a message on the project forums. Note the slight alteration in the e-mail address.