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Re: Free disk space ?

  • Subject: Re: Free disk space ?
  • From: imotgm <imotgm_REM@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 30 Oct 2005 22:29:27 GMT
  • Newsgroups: alt.os.linux.suse
  • Organization: AT&T ASP.att.net
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On Sun, 30 Oct 2005 17:42:50 +0000, Roy Schestowitz wrote:

> __/ [Tobias Crefeld] on Sunday 30 October 2005 04:00 \__
>> Roy Schestowitz meinte:
>>> I personally have CTRL+ALT+1 invoke 'kdf', which is a nice graphical
>>> front-end to df. Similarly with CTRL+ESC for 'ps -aux'...
>> Another nice little KDE program cooperating with kdf is kwikdisk which
>> creates a symbol which you can click with a mouse and it will show a short
>> summary of mounted and unmounted fstab-entries. Additionally you can start
>> kdf from there.
> Nice little widget! I wonder why it was not added to Add -> Applet in the
> panels' context menus. It seems like a very valuable icon to have lying
> somewhere among the docks.

On a new installation, the first thing I add to the KDE kicker panel is
the "Quick Launcher", then the "System Tray", and the "Pager". The first
thing I add to the launcher is kwikdisk, which, after being clicked, lives
in my system tray, always. Of the 12 virtual desktops I use, through the
"Pager", desktop 10 is pretty much dedicated to having an open window for
KDiskFree, for constant reference, and quick access to any partition. I
think it qualifies as my "most used" single app.

       "Lost? Lost? I've never been lost... Been a tad confused for a
        month or two, but never lost."

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