Pydf an Alternative “df” Command to Check Disk Usage in Different Colours

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3 Responses

  1. Haider says:

    Good alternate. Please let me know if this is supported on SUSE Linux

  2. Chika says:

    Nice idea but you seem to have forgotten two specifics. Linux is NOT one or two particular distros and not all distros have the same things in their repositories. It would therefore be nice if you included the location of the sources or some way of manually installing it onto something other than a Red Hat or Ubuntu templated system.

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