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  1. Ah... so this is a homework question. I'm afraid...

    Ah... so this is a homework question.
    I'm afraid we can't be of much help, then.
    Sorry... Forum Rules.
  2. That's exactly what I was thinking. I'm still...

    That's exactly what I was thinking.
    I'm still not sure if that's what he was asking about.
  3. I'm inclined to say yes. Provided that you are...

    I'm inclined to say yes.
    Provided that you are looking for a command, in a bash terminal, to show you how much SWAP is in use.
  4. Here is mine, in tags for easier viewing:...

    Here is mine, in
    tags for easier viewing:
    [CODE] total used free shared buffers cached
    Mem: 1944 1622 321 0 31 ...
  5. Hello and Welcome! Are you talking about...

    Hello and Welcome!

    Are you talking about finding the amount of memory in use, and the amount of SWAP in use, at any given time?
    If so, then you're looking for free -m.

    If not, maybe you could...
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