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Install ttyload In Linux : Graphical Tracking Tool For Load Average

Install ttyload In Linux : Graphical Tracking Tool For Load Average
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Insight: Install ttyload In Linux : Graphical Tracking Tool For Load Average In Terminal

Ttyload is a color-coded graphical tracking tool to monitor load average in terminal.  It gives a color-coded graph of load averages over time.

 

Install ttyload In Linux : Graphical Tracking Tool For Load Average

Install ttyload on Debian/Ubuntu Linux

Run the following command to install ttyload on Ubuntu or Debian based Linux operating system:
$ sudo apt-get install ttyload

Install ttyload on FreeBSD Unix

You need to type the following pkg command to add the package on FreeBSD operating system:
# pkg install ttyload
And if you want to install the port, Run the following command:
# cd /usr/ports/sysutils/ttyload/ && make install clean

Install ttyload using source code

Type the following commands:
$ git clone https://github.com/lindes/ttyload.git
$ cd ttyload
$ make
$ ./ttyload
$ sudo make install

After installation is completed, Run the following command in your terminal to run ttyload:
$ ttyload

To turn on the monochrome mode:

$ ttyload -m

Run the following command to alter the number of seconds in the interval between refreshes.
$ ttyload -i 6
$ ttyload -i 1

Note: The default interval is 4 and the minimum is 1.



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