Provided by: filelight_1.9~rc3-1_i386 bug

NAME

       filelight - graphically display disk usage

SYNOPSIS

       filelight [ path ]

DESCRIPTION

       filelight  allows  you  to  understand exactly where your disk space is
       being used by graphically representing your file system  as  a  set  of
       concentric  segmented  rings,  where  each  segment  subtends  an angle
       proportional to the disk space occupied by that file or directory.

       You can specify a directory to scan on startup at the command line eg:
         filelight /home/mxcl
       Starting at the root requires a scan  of  the  entire  directory  tree,
       which may take a while.

       filelight  is available in Konqueror under View | View Mode | RadialMap
       View.

RUN-TIME COMMANDS

       Hover over segments
              to find out  more  about  the  region  of  the  file  system  it
              represents.

       Click on directories
              to  see  them  in  more  detail  (recenter  the  display on that
              directory).

       Click on files
              to  launch  in  the  appropriate  viewer   (as   configured   in
              Konqueror).

       Middle click
              to open files/directories with Konqueror.

       Right click on the center white circle
              to manipulate the directory the view is centered about.

       Enlarge the window
              for  more  detail  -  small  files  are hidden at smaller window
              sizes.

SEE ALSO

       du(1),  df(1),  fsviewer(1),  gdmap(1),   philesight(1),   xcruiser(1).
       xdiskusage(1).

BUGS

       Please report any bugs using the built-in bug reporter under the "help"
       menu,  or  to  either  filelight@methylblue.com  or   the   forums   at
       http://www.methylblue.com/filelight/.

AUTHOR

       filelight was written by Max Howell (max.howell@methylblue.com).

       This manual page was written by J. R. Van Zandt, for the Debian project
       (but may be used by others).

                                March 14, 2007                    FILELIGHT(1)