now with (native) os x support!
post your htop to celebrate
I feel bad for you OP. Didn't upgrade to htop 2 yet, but will as soon as they package it in the official repos.
I like how it adds cross-Unix support. OS X top is ass and I feel this is a thing that has been missing from the BSDs.
- In HTOP you can scroll the list vertically and horizontally to see all processes and complete command lines.
- In 'top' you are subject to a delay for each unassigned key you press (especially annoying when multi-key escape sequences are triggered by accident).
- HTOP starts faster ('top' seems to collect data for a while before displaying anything).
- In HTOP you don't need to type the process number to kill a process, in 'top' you do.
- In HTOP you don't need to type the process number or the priority value to renice a process, in 'top' you do.
- HTOP supports mouse operation, 'top' doesn't
- 'top' is older, hence, more used and tested.
> pastel colors
no need for that
I didn't even read the changelog im just a fucking sheep.
"Killing by file only works for executables that are kept open during execution, i.e. impure executables can't be killed this way.
Be warned that typing killall name may not have the desired effect on non-Linux systems, especially when done by a privileged user.
killall -w doesn't detect if a process disappears and is replaced by a new process with the same PID between scans.
If processes change their name, killall may not be able to match them correctly. "
Leave that alone before you hurt yourself.
But htop straight up doesn't start. Top does.
Does the h stand for homosex?
> >scrolling w/ scrollwheel
> Can I just mention how much I love homebrew
> Literally just brew install htop ... and boom.
> Version 2.0.
Linux users: where scrollwheel support and single-command updates are considered amazing cutting-edge technology to be celebrated
You are retarded. Homebrew is for OS X only.
Is it uptime thread now?
That's what you get for using a shitty distribution.