On Wed, Mar 20, 2002 at 11:37:43AM +0000, John Tobin wrote:
> The command line as shown by ps will be "grep [f]oo", which doesn't
> match "foo".
that's only true in bash if the file foo does not exist. if it exists,
the commandline will be "grep foo". if it doesn't exist and your shell
is not sh-like (or configured not to be sh like), then you'll actually
get an error.
kevin at suberic.net buffy: come on, can't you put your foot down?!
fork()'ed on 37058400 giles: it *is* down.
meatspace place: orbit buffy: one of these days you're going to have to
http://suberic.net/~kevin get a grown up car. --inca mummy girl
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