ncdu (NCurses Disk Usage) is a curses-based version of
the well-known 'du', and provides a fast way to see what
directories are using your disk space.
In order to compile and install ncdu, you need to have
- a POSIX-compliant operating system (Linux, BSD, etc)
- curses libraries and header files
If you're building directly from the git repository, make sure you have perl
(or rather, pod2man), pkg-config and GNU autoconf/automake installed, then
run 'autoreconf -i', and you're ready to continue with the usual ./configure
and make route.
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