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5 Responses

  1. Joseph Rob says:

    Getting error in ubunut 16.04.

    ./gotty top
    ./gotty: line 7: syntax error near unexpected token `newline’
    ./gotty: line 7: `’

  2. yogi says:


    Thanks for this article !

    In the “.gotty” configuration file, you must not put a comma between the different options (the one after “font_size = 5” causes an error.

  3. Mohammad says:

    This article has 3 problems :

    1 : In below section :

    How To Install GoTTY in Linux Systems
    you must write : ls $GOPATH/bin/ instead of “$GOPATH/bin/

    2 : In below section :

    Use GoTTY with Basic (Username and Password) Authentication
    You must write this command : “# gotty -w -p “9000” -c “test:@67890” glances” instead of “# gotty -w -p “9000” -c “[email protected]” glances
    you forgot to put ":" between username and password in your command.

    3 : In section :

    How To Customize GoTTY in Linux
    You mentioned that for html index we must use "--html" option but in command you used "--index" option
    --index is true.

    Best Regards

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