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 No.632

Hello /g/, let's share some neat terminal/tui programs shall we?
I'll go first and recommend you try out duf which just shows you a quick overview of disks and their usage. Here is its github: https://github.com/muesli/duf

 No.633

The only fancy thing I use is htop but I guess everyone knows that.

 No.634

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>>633
htop has always been my goto, but some prefer glances. glances might be considered bloated compared to top or htop, but it's built to do more then top or htop.

 No.636

>>634
Never heard about glances, although I've been using bashtop which is probably a bit heavy on system resources but it looks really nice. Thanks for the recommendation, looks cool.
Don't know why wirechan thinks my post looks automated/spam but maybe making the body longer will help? Here goes nothing.

 No.637

>>634
>>636
I don't mind bloat, but these look too crowded, there's so much going on. By the way htop has a surprising amount of features, it's worth looking around in its setup menu.

 No.638

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NetHogs is a small ncurses network monitoring tool. It will list connection speed or amount of data sent/recieved by process. It's not without it's quirks, but it's a handy tool.
>github
https://github.com/raboof/nethogs



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