Above screenshot shows the usage pattern generated by Wakoopa, based on the different apps I used in my Ubuntu desktop for the last couple of hours. Wakoopa is quite easy to install and use and there is a version available for Windows, Mac and Linux users. Wakoopa is similar to Rescuetime application for Windows and Mac users.
How to install Wakoopa tracker client in Ubuntu?
- Goto www.wakoopa.com and sign up with the service.
- Enter your preferred username and other details. Now you will be asked to install Wakoopa client tracker in your desktop. Remember, there is a .rpm and .deb version of Wakoopa available. But here we will concentrate on installing Wakoopa on Ubuntu via Wakoopa repository only.
- Now do the following in Terminal to add Wakoopa repository and GPG key and lastly to install Wakoopa client in Ubuntu.
sudo sh -c "echo deb http://apt.wakoopa.com all main > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/wakoopa.list" wget -O - http://apt.wakoopa.com/pubkey.txt | sudo apt-key add - sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install wakoopa
- Done. Now launch Wakoopa from Applications - Accessories - Wakoopa.
- Now use your Ubuntu as you like and check out your new Wakoopa profile to get a detailed usage statistics of different applications. Have fun.