Got a laptop or notebook machine? NetBSD supports it, no matter if it's Intel, Sparc or a Mac! This KDE panel shows (from left to right) sysutils/klavg displaying the machine's load average, sysutils/kapm showing the machine's battery state (queried via APM), and the modem activity indicator that kppp (part of the net/kdenetwork3 package) brought to the panel to remain connected while still being mobile. And a clock. :)

Image contributed by Hubert Feyrer <>