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grepping memory (was: Re: Thank you for the software)

also sprach Herman Robak <herman@skolelinux.no> [2005.06.19.1404 +0200]:
>  Do you have some better suggestions in that respect?  A one-liner for
> string searches or replacements in the memory space for a given PID
> (e.g. "memgrep pattern PID") would be awesome.

`grep pattern /proc/$PID/mem` *used* to work back when I needed it,
now it just pretends there ain't no such process. No idea why.
I haven't been keeping up with kernel development since 2.6 really.

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