glances is like top/htop but little different. It shows you sort based on contention (smartly and automatically) unless you change that and hence if you just want to check what is biggest bottleneck in system, then head over to glances quickly. Here is quick description from dnf info command
Name : glances
Version : 2.11.1
Release : 2.fc28
Arch : noarch
Size : 3.2 M
Source : glances-2.11.1-2.fc28.src.rpm
Repo : @System
From repo : fedora
Summary : CLI curses based monitoring tool
URL : https://github.com/nicolargo/glances
License : GPLv3
Description : Glances is a CLI curses based monitoring tool for both GNU/Linux and BSD.
: Glances uses the PsUtil library to get information from your system.
: It is developed in Python.
Here is link to fedoramagazine article on this:
6 great monospaced fonts for code and terminal in Fedora
And what the article does not mention is how to install these from terminal. You can use the following command to install them all
sudo dnf install levien-inconsolata-fonts.noarch \
adobe-source-code-pro-fonts.noarch mozilla-fira-fonts-common.noarch \
mozilla-fira-sans-fonts.noarch google-droid-sans-fonts.noarch \
google-droid-sans-mono-fonts.noarch nethack-bitmap-fonts.noarch \
For those who have not yet heard about ailurus:
What is Ailurus?
Ailurus is cross-Linux-distribution GPL software, which aims at making Linux easier to use, for newcomers.
What does Ailurus hope to do?
Ailurus hopes to reduce the difficulty which newcomers encounter when they are using Linux.
Ailurus hopes to promote popular open-source software.
Ailurus hopes to promote open-source software which is elegant but has not entered official repository.
What can Ailurus do?
Ailurus can …
- display Linux skills
- install popular software
- change GNOME settings
- display hardware information
- enable some third party repositories#
- clean apt/yum cache#
- backup and recover apt/yum status#
the features marked with \”#\” support Ubuntu/Fedora only
You can go here to get more details. Now here is a link to installing it on Fedora. For those of you who don\’t need to know how to install a package, you should still visit the link to get details on how to install the ailurus plugin to allow installing non free softwares on Fedora 🙂
If you would not want to keep checking for the updates then you can add the ailurus repo and enable it so that as soon as a new version is available, it is updated when you run your regular updates.
Here is what is required :
name=Ailurus Experimental Release
Put this in a repo file in /etc/yum.repos.d and you are done….