Friday, June 24, 2011

pstree

pstree - Shows the process tree for the current user.

source:http://kbhaskar.in/10-linux-commands-you-probably-not-know-about/

“pstree” can be used for system administration tasks. Like, if you wish to see which process was started by what program, then this command will be useful.

Syntax: pstree [OPTIONS] [PID] [USER]

Example:

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$ pstree # Shows all running processes for the current user
$ pstree 2747 # Shows the process tree for the pid specified

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Another reason for the init: Id "x" respawning too fast-error

A user in the AB forum noted this solution for this problem:chmod /tmp to 1777 and reinstall xkbcomp.
So no write permissions to the /tmp and no setup file for his keyboard, probably a non-US layout. But how can it be that you have no write permissions to your /tmp file?

Autologin in Aptosid

What I really find difficult to get used to in Aptosid that you can't find easily text files in which you can change things easily: in arch you change the # for two lines *delete one and add one) in etc/inittab and you are done.
In Aptosid you have to use gdemsetup as root; go to login window preferences, tab security and check the box automatic login and choose the user.

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