Baobab – Graphically Analyze File Trees October 25, 2005Posted by Carthik in applications, ubuntu.
Baobab is cool little tool to analyze disk space usage graphically. It displays the space used by directories on your hard drive, so you know what’s eating up all your space. It is sort of the like the application called “tree” that’s available for windows. Baobabs are large trees, usually found in Africa – so that’s a real nice name for the tool.
You can, of course install it in Breezy by doing a
$sudo apt-get install baobab