A command-line tool to print free resources in delicious flavors.
pip install fr==3.0b1
fr is a command-line tool to print free resources in delicious
fr is to
htop is to
It was written because of unhappiness with the bare-bones, hard-to-read
I wanted something a bit more... graphical.
Instead of this:
total used free shared buffers cached Mem: 4045216 2159764 1885452 0 192404 942944 -/+ buffers/cache: 1024416 3020800 Swap: 0 0 0
You'll see something like this:
Free Resources in Blocks of 1 Megabyte (1,000,000 bytes) DEVICE VOLUME CAPACITY USED FREE MOUNT CACHE ⌁ RAM 4,142 1,421 1,461 ▉▉▉▉▉▉▉░░░░░░▏ 1,261 ▪ SWAP 0 ▪ sda1 Ubuntu 18,617 7,000 10,671 ▉▉▉▉░░░░░░░░░▏ / ▪ sda5 Data 88,107 85,218 2,889 ▉▉▉▉▉▉▉▉▉▉▉▉░▏ /media/Data ◗ sr0 PREDATOR 45,206 45,206 0 ▉▉▉▉▉▉▉▉▉▉▉▉▉▏ /media/PREDATOR
... in fruity colors.
Yes, colors can be turned off, units chosen, etc.
fr has been tested on Ubuntu (1.2X on Precise-Trusty, 1.3X Zesty),
CentOS 6, Windows (XP, 7),
and Mac OS X (10.9.x) so far.
It runs only under Python 2.X at this time.
You'll need pip, but not virtualenv.
pip? On Ubuntu:
sudo apt-get install python-pip
For Red Hat:
Or follow the
Next, run this:
sudo pip install fr
If you'd like the development version instead:
sudo pip install https://bitbucket.org/mixmastamyk/fr/get/default.zip
As Udisks is not installed by default on Precise+ Server (and possibly others), it can be installed if you'd like to print volume labels:
sudo apt-get install udisks2
udisks before Wily.
After eight years this script finally supports Windows, though support is experimental. ;)
installing on Windows.
"%ProgramFiles%\PythonXX\Scripts" in your
Next, run these as Admin:
pip install colorama # want color? pip install fr[win] # installs necessary winstats
I've given up on Unicode icons (for now) on the Windows console and went back to cp437 for that old-timey DOS feel. Perhaps it should print out "conventional/high" memory too.
Yes, it supports that too, though support is experimental:
sudo pip install -U fr
And off you go.
Run it ;)
And of course there are a number of options:
Note: Output will be in a compact format unless the width of the console is at least 90 characters. Give it more and it will expand to fill available space.
Licensed under the GPL, version 3+.
1.36 - enh: Don't show loop devices (snaps) or /boot/efi by default on linux.
1.35 - fix: One more try. ;)
(Broke recently, related to ambiguous width characters.)
1.33 - fix: warning icon under linux console.
1.32 - fix: udisk1 compatibility, improve udisks missing warning,
1.31 - fix: usb drive detection, icon
1.30 - enh: Linux: Supports and prefers Udisks2
1.24 - fix: extra linefeed on some systems.
1.23 - fix: swap cache colors
1.22 - fix: swap colors
1.21 - add: -l local flag to skip remote filesystems.
1.20 - fix: pipeline UnicodeEncodeError.
1.19 - fix: don't print ansi reset at end of bar when color off.
1.18 - fix: swap bar should be match bold setting.
1.17 - Windows: fix crash on XP, crash on ctypes+colorama
1.16 - Posix: don't install fr.cmd.
1.15 - Darwin: fix widelayout (term size), mount point.
1.14 - Fix: cache colors differed on 256 colors.
1.12 - Darwin: fix subprocess call.
1.11 - Darwin: support TERM=xterm.
1.10 - Now supports Mac OS X (aka "Darwin")
1.01 - Handle negative swap size on WinXP, swap numbers unreliable. :/