On Tue, 4 Jun 2002 17:12:30 +0100 (IST)
Waider <waider at dspsrv.com> blurted in message E17FGv8-0007lm-00 at dspsrv.com:
> According to Liam Bedford:
> > 2.0.7 also seems to behave... ps -efw | less gives me wery long lines..
>> two things occur to me here:
> 1. specifically with the above, 'w' forces wide output regardless of
> destination 2. try /usr/bin/ps rather than simply ps to avoid aliases and
> functions and whatnot.
>> This is a non-issue for me since I type 'w' by habit, but may be of use to
> the original poster in terms of datapoints.
>/bin/ps -ef | less
root 936 1 0 15:19 ? 00:00:00 /usr/sbin/gidentd -p 113 -l
alias claims nothing to do with ps, I can't figure out how to get functions
listed, but I don't make any, and I don't think debian do either.
Liam Bedford | Greg: Can't you see you're all alcoholics?
--------------| Guv: Oi. We don't call them that. We call
them fanatical followers of the Ale
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