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Install latest/stable of bandwhich

Ubuntu 16.04 or later?

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Install using the command line

sudo snap install bandwhich

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Terminal bandwidth utilization tool

This is a CLI utility for displaying current network utilization by process, connection, and remote IP/hostname.

Note: While running, using the bandwhich command is able to see all traffic for all users on the system.

Once installed, connect the following interfaces to ensure process names are identified.

 sudo snap connect bandwhich:mount-observe
 sudo snap connect bandwhich:log-observe
 sudo snap connect bandwhich:system-observe

Run bandwhich with sudo or as root.

 sudo bandwhich

The upstream bandwhich project is currently undergoing a friendly reorganisation. Please note this issue on the upstream tracker for more details

This is an unofficial community-maintained snap using configuration from:

The upstream website can be found here:

Details for bandwhich

  • MIT

Last updated
  • 5 February 2024 - latest/stable
  • Today - latest/edge



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