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FREECOLOR(1)			 User Commands			  FREECOLOR(1)

NAME
       freecolor - Display amount of free and used memory graphically

SYNOPSIS
       freecolor [options]

DESCRIPTION
       freecolor  displays the total amount of free and	used physical and swap
       memory in the system as a colored bargraph on the command line.

OPTIONS
       -b     Display the amount of memory in bytes.

       -k     Display the amount of memory in kilobytes.  This is the default.

       -m     Display the amount of memory in megabytes.

       -o     Display the output in old	format,	the only difference being this
	      option will disable the display of the "buffer adjusted" line.

       -s     Continuously  display  the  result delay seconds apart.  You may
	      actually specify any floating point number for delay,  usleep(3)
	      is used for microsecond resolution delay times.

       -t     Display a	line showing the column	totals.

       -V     Display version information.

FILES
       /proc/meminfo
	      memory information

SEE ALSO
       ps(1), free(1), slabtop(1), top(1), vmstat(8).

AUTHORS
       Written by Roy Keene.

REPORTING BUGS
       Please send bug reports to <freecolor@rkeene.org>

freecolor			 January 2014			  FREECOLOR(1)

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