scMerlin Feedback wanted on potential feature for v2

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Jack Yaz

Part of the Furniture
I'm looking for feedback on a feature I'm working on for v2, which is currently available on the develop branch. Users with scmerlin installed can test this by running
Code:
scmerlin develop
then option u or uf.
 

SomeWhereOverTheRainBow

Very Senior Member
I'm looking for feedback on a feature I'm working on for v2, which is currently available on the develop branch. Users with scmerlin installed can test this by running
Code:
scmerlin develop
then option u or uf.
First off Jack, this is phenomenal. There is no limit to your dev skills. The feedback I have is, great choice; if it is not too ambitious, I hope this can at some point be expanded to editable processes( kill wise). Maybe some expandable/ collapsable tables to show which processes over time use the most cpu or memory.
 

L&LD

Part of the Furniture

thelonelycoder

Part of the Furniture
Mate, that is very nice!
My local Diversion branch has a similar feature for the Dnsmasq log.
 

thelonelycoder

Part of the Furniture
- Uninstall does not remove scmerlin.d and it's containing services.
- Misses a way to disable the WebUI
 

pirx73

Regular Contributor
Great stuff! :) Only thing is that amtm does not recognizes v2 and offers to downgrade it to 1.1.3 when you check for upgrades from amtm
 

thelonelycoder

Part of the Furniture
Great stuff! :) Only thing is that amtm does not recognizes v2 and offers to downgrade it to 1.1.3 when you check for upgrades from amtm
It's a development branch, I see no reason that amtm ought to be aware of it.
 

Jack Yaz

Part of the Furniture
- Uninstall does not remove scmerlin.d and it's containing services.
- Misses a way to disable the WebUI
yup, both on the to-do. didn't want to spend more time than I had if people didn't see the need for it. given the reaction seems to be positive, I'll start fleshing out the startup routines as well as the uninstall mechanisms. I'll have a think on whether to have a toggle to enable/disable the webui, as I'm intending to put some more things in there
 

JGrana

Senior Member
WebUI looks good. Maybe add output of free command?
 

thelonelycoder

Part of the Furniture
uiDivStats has a query log section which parses dnsmasq.log into a tabular format and lets you filter for blocked domains etc. which sounds like what you're referring to? Long day at work, I might be being dumb
No worries, we're both fine :)
 

QuikSilver

Very Senior Member
I felt like the cool kids were having fun without me so I had to try it out as well. Peer pressure strikes again! Great work @Jack Yaz. My one item would be to make the top row/header freeze so when a user scrolls up and down they know what each row is. Otherwise they have to go to the top and back down.
 

Jack Yaz

Part of the Furniture
I felt like the cool kids were having fun without me so I had to try it out as well. Peer pressure strikes again! Great work @Jack Yaz. My one item would be to make the top row/header freeze so when a user scrolls up and down they know what each row is. Otherwise they have to go to the top and back down.
Last time i dabbled with that (UiDivStats) it proved frustrating when keeping columns aligned
 

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