NCDU stands for NCurse Disk Usage which is Linux program that displays Disk usage statistics in a Ncurse menu, which makes things easier where you don’t know exactly where to start — Giving you a good overview and letting you know where is the bottom of disk space issues. apt-get install ncdu ncdu /apt-get install ncdu ncdu
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Toolbox App is a control panel for your tools and projects.
If you use Ubuntu you might be using the Software Center to install .deb executable files. I recommend using GDebi, a dedicated program for installing Debian executable files. It is extremely lightweight and focused on installing .deb files. The best thing about GDebi is that it also shows the dependencies that will be installed along
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GNOME Terminal is a terminal emulation application that you can use to perform the following actions: Access a UNIX shell in the GNOME environment. Run any application that is designed to run on VT102, VT220, and xterm terminals. GNOME Terminal features the ability to use multiple terminals in a single window (tabs) and profiles support.
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If you want to run commands periodically (say, more than once every few minutes), you should consider running the HTTP server, which opens a connection to the backend at startup and reuses it for all commands sent to it. The HTTP server will (eventually) support all the commands that the CLI tool supports. This will
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