A visual helper tool for GNU/Linux: Show system statistics, search for files, search for networks, SSH into networks, see active TCP/UDP sockets, modify your aliases, search and kill processes, edit environment variables...
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Signed-off-by: Mustafa Özçelikörs <mozcelikors@gmail.com>
Latest commit 0ae2911 Apr 21, 2018

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yakala

A visual helper tool for GNU/Linux. Made with love.

Features

  • Show system statistics: CPU, Memory, Disk stats and system information
  • Visualize recent CPU and Memory activity
  • Search for files
  • Search for networks
  • SSH into networks
  • See active TCP/UDP sockets
  • Modify your aliases
  • Search and kill processes
  • List environment variables
  • View system logs
  • View driver messages
  • View network interface messages
  • Search for installed packages / uninstall them
  • Search for available packages in apt cache

New features involve (as of March 1st, 2018):

  • View system logs
  • View driver messages
  • View network interface messages
  • Search for installed packages / uninstall them
  • Search for available packages in apt cache

Download Stable Release 0.8 using Debian/Ubuntu PPA:

https://launchpad.net/~mozcelikors/+archive/ubuntu/yakala

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mozcelikors/yakala
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install yakala

Compiling from Source / Git VC:

git clone https://github.com/mozcelikors/yakala
cd yakala && sudo ./install.sh

Animations

System Information:

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System Logs:

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Network:

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File Searching:

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Processes, Aliases, Variables:

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Installed package Searching, Package cache searching

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Running

Installation script will automatically create a desktop icon for you. You can use that icon or execute the following to run Yakala:

cd <yakala-dir>/build
sudo ./yakala

Contributions

Contributions are more than welcome. Please create a descriptive pull request.