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Linux Tips: bashtop – Awesome Linux resource monitor that shows usage and stats for processor, memory, disks, and network


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There is a new kid in town for resource monitoring on Linux called bashtop. As the name suggests, the entire tool coded in the bash script itself that displays usage and stats for CPU, RAD, HDD/SSD, network, and other resources. Let us see how to install and use bashtop, which is an awesome Linux resource monitor. You don't need a Linux desktop to install it. You can also install this app on macOS/FreeBSD provided that you meet software requirements.

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