Category: Ubuntu

Added: 21st of February 2021

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Install bashtop in Ubuntu and Ubuntu based distributions. Monitor your cpu, memory, disks, network and other processes

Looking for a cool terminal resource monitor then install bashtop.
Bashtop shows usage for your CPU, memory, disks, network and current proccesses

To install bashtop on Ubuntu or another Ubuntu based distribution enter the following command

sudo apt-get install bashtop


Once installed just enter bashtop in the terminal
bashtop


bashtop main screen

Click m on your keyboard then select options, to change various settings for bashtop.

bashtop menu
bashtop change settings

You can also change the settings by editing the the main bashtop config file. This can be found under your home directory /home/username/.config/bashtop/bashtop.cfg

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