Is there a terminal command that I can run that will...........
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well, I can have several terminals open at once.
The reason I only want terminals is that I have a really low powered box that runs blackbox and runs as an NFS server 24/7. It's too low powered to run KDE or Gnome effectively, so I'd prefer just to run Blackbox and not have any gui's.
I would have thought that there must be a unix command that monitors eth0????
ethstats does exactly what you are looking for. However you will need to install it..
Here is a example of the output..
total: 2.87 Mb/s In 0.23 Mb/s Out - 620.0 p/s In 287.0 p/s Out
eth0: 0.23 Mb/s In 0.23 Mb/s Out - 288.0 p/s In 287.0 p/s Out
eth1: 2.65 Mb/s In 0.00 Mb/s Out - 332.0 p/s In 0.0 p/s Out
total: 2.56 Mb/s In 0.25 Mb/s Out - 613.1 p/s In 316.0 p/s Out
eth0: 0.25 Mb/s In 0.25 Mb/s Out - 315.7 p/s In 316.0 p/s Out
eth1: 2.31 Mb/s In 0.00 Mb/s Out - 297.4 p/s In 0.0 p/s Out
total: 2.63 Mb/s In 0.24 Mb/s Out - 607.8 p/s In 304.6 p/s Out
eth0: 0.24 Mb/s In 0.24 Mb/s Out - 305.1 p/s In 304.6 p/s Out
eth1: 2.39 Mb/s In 0.00 Mb/s Out - 302.7 p/s In 0.0 p/s Out
total: 2.86 Mb/s In 0.21 Mb/s Out - 605.2 p/s In 270.4 p/s Out
eth0: 0.21 Mb/s In 0.21 Mb/s Out - 270.7 p/s In 270.4 p/s Out
eth1: 2.65 Mb/s In 0.00 Mb/s Out - 334.5 p/s In 0.0 p/s Out