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gt5 is a console tool to check where disk space is used. It reads the output of du, compares it with a du log saved on the previous invocation, converts it into HTML, and opens the results with a text browser.

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Recent releases

  •  08 Feb 2007 02:27

    Release Notes: Some minor fixes in the man page.

    •  25 Jan 2007 01:13

      Release Notes: This release adds 'charset' to the HTML header to fix a UTF-8 encoding problem. $LANG is read for charset, and the environment variable GT5_CHARSET can be used to force another.

      •  16 Jun 2006 17:11

        Release Notes: Quoting in two trap statements that could be used by local users to run arbitrary code as the user running gt5 has been fixed.

        •  10 Dec 2005 05:59

          Release Notes: The utility now shows which files and directories have changed in size. Colors are used to show bigger, smaller, and new files. du logs can now be used as input files. The --save-as switch is now deprecated. A man page was added.

          •  18 Nov 2005 07:14

            Release Notes: File permissions were fixed for gawk/links if built via --get-gawk/--get-links as root. The --get-elinks and --get-links2 options were added. The default was changed to ignore mounted filesystems. A --with-mounts switch was added for old behavior.


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