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HTOP on CentOS 7: How to Compile from Source

HTOP is an interactive process viewer similar to the top command installed in all Linux distributions.  It is a free (GPL) process viewer based on the ncurses library. In the most basic sense, top and HTOP are the same except for certain extra functions such as the vertical and horizontal scroll. HTOP also displays all processes, command lines, and process trees running in the system. Unfortunately, HTOP is not installed by default in CentOS 7. There are two ways to install it. The first way is through the epel repository. The other is by compiling the facility from source. This article focuses on the latter and demonstrates the process in detail.

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