Of course! This is more of a 'df' replacement, even tho I have plans that would justify the 'u' in 'duf' 😄
Thanks for the lovely screenshot 😊
Reminds me, I need to annotate the error. It's probably something you see with regular 'df' as well, unless you run it as root? Probably something about /run/user/1000/doc or the likes?
@fribbledom I just tried using this and it's visually quite lovely.
But it's not showing drives that I have connected via usb / my laptop's card reader, which are both listed in 'df'
Thanks, I will look into this! If there's any chance, could you DM me a screenshot of both 'duf -all' and 'df' outputs?
Ok, I think I may have just fixed this issue. Can you check out the latest git-master of duf, please?
@fribbledom I'd say mountpoint because I feel like I'm more likely to realise I'm not interacting with the device I think I am when I'm looking at the mountpoint and a program is giving me an unexpected capacity.
I got it running in an instant!
I have two-ish questions:
1. On my machine, it shows some "permission denieds" on docker volumes. Can I somehow hide these?
2. It looks similar to htop, but gives only a single time output. Do you have plans for a continuous mode?
2b. I tried to run it through both
$ watch -c #to make up for continuous mode
$ less -R
and the color information is lost in both cases. Is there a way to force it to colorize the output?
@fribbledom I haven't installed it (yet) but I just want to say it looks absolutely beautiful and sleek. Thanks for putting it out there.
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