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If you don't like the idea of dedicating a whole terminal to watching the output of df, you could consider a tool such as conky. There are countless examples of using conky to monitor everything from HDD usage, HDD temp, ram usage, local weather, news headlines... you name it.


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As Julie said, you can use df to display free space, passing it either the mount point or the device name: df --human-readable /home df --human-readable /dev/sda1 You'll get something like this: Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/sda1 833G 84G 749G 10% /home To run it continuously, use watch. Default update interval is 2 seconds, but ...


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df is a simple command line utility that shows you disk usage, including free space. Check man df for details.



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