Satellite Restriction Tracker for Linux

by RealityRipple Software

📥️Download Satellite Restriction Tracker v1.6.1
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Version 1.6.1 [Release Notes] rss
Released December 16, 2022
Automatic Updates
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Supports Linux.
Requires MONO Framework 2.8 - 6.12, Gtk 2.0, X11, LibGDI+, and AppIndicator#.

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Satellite Restriction Tracker for ViaSat Internet customers: Log and graph your bandwidth usage, keep track of your limit - now on Linux!
The Satellite Restriction Tracker program automatically grabs and stores your current bandwidth usage every fifteen minutes, showing only a small logo in your system tray while running.
When you open the program, you'll see a graph of your current usage, as well as the hard numbers and the time the usage was grabbed. Opening the History window will let you list your usage given all past data, displaying it in easy-to-read graphs or grid representations, helping you map out your bandwidth usage and estimate when your usage values will drop. The graphs can be customized and the program's features are all easily changed from a helpful Configuration window, which also allows you to set up alerts when your usage climbs too fast.
Satellite Restriction Tracker's History window also lets you export data in either XML or CSV formats, so you can view your history through spreadsheet applications or other tools, or to help you send your usage data to your provider or other users. You can also backup and restore your entire history using the custom Satellite Restriction Tracker ".wb" format.
This utility should function correctly with any standard ViaSat account. Updates are provided regularly to ensure you always have access to your usage data.

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Jan 8 2021, 4:30 AM
 I've put together a new installer and uninstaller that optionally support the ncurses interface using the "dialog" package. This should provide a slightly more friendly (and mouse-compatible) installation process for Linux users. The new installer also includes a larger range of out-of-box support, including build automation for Arch Linux and Slackware.

Here is the full list of distros I've tested the installer on: antiX, Arch, CentOS, Debian, elementaryOS, Fedora, Mageia, Manjaro, Mint, ROSA Desktop, Slackware, Sparky, SuSE, Ubuntu, and Zorin.

If you run into trouble when using the new installer or uninstaller, please let me know.
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Bob Kaiser
May 10 2020, 2:05 PM
 SRT on Centos 8.1
found this link:

dnf install mono-complete
(dnf install libgdiplus, installed before mono-complete, mono-complete obsoleted it)
dnf install mono-basic

ran ./
logged in with Xorg
able to launch SRT from menu

mono --version

Hope this is helpful.
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Bob Kaiser
Jun 13 2020, 11:25 AM
 Also works with Wayland.
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May 29 2017, 10:56 PM
 For anyone that noticed the tray icon's graph starts off wrong on the computer's startup, then gets "corrected" later, the next version will take care of it. Sorta waiting for something else to go wrong before making a release, but I'll push up a new version on the 1st if nothing else happens.
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