> > and pstree gives a list of running processes, ordered by > which process is the parent of which other processes. > $ pstree > ps -f also prints processes in a tree of sorts (try ps af to get them all) But the trees don't quite seem to line up. Anybody know why? -ben -- Ben Hartshorne ...Discarding smoothly, as we disembark, email@example.com All thoughts that held us wiser for a moment ben.hartshorne.net Up there, alone, in the impartial dark. -M. Oliver My PGP key is at /pgp.txt. Please encrypt all communications.
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