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From scratch: Install grub2 on a usb Extract Android x86 Iso content somewhere on usb create the following grub.cfg entry I suppose you have extracted the Android files in USB_ROOT/boot/iso/android menuentry "Android-x86 Live" { set root=(hd0,msdos1) linux /boot/iso/android/kernel root=/dev/ram0 androidboot.hardware=android_x86 video=-16 quiet ...


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You cannot. “System process” is not a well-defined notion. “Critical to system” is not a universal, yes-or-no property. I'm writing this post on a desktop PC. It has Apache installed, but it is not “critical to system” on this machine — I only use it occasionally to test things. On the other hand, on a public- or enterprise-facing web server, Apache would ...


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If you have htop you can press Shift+k to toggle the display of kernel threads. If you press F5 for tree mode, they should all appear as children of kthreadd. There are some visible differences between a kernel thread and a user-space thread: /proc/$pid/cmdline is empty for kernel threads - this is the method used by ps and top to distinguish ...


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Yes, in /proc/[pid]/status there is UID entry. If entry is equal to: UID: 0 0 0 0 UID: real UID, effective UID, saved set UID, file system UID that means process belongs to root. Furthermore most root processes have parent pid(PPid) in range from 0 to 2.


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As you have already found your answer in the comments from @sendmoreinfo i'll expand on his answer and give you a possible alternative Your issue was that eclipse was running on a NTFS drive, NTFS doesn't understand executable bits so by default NTFS-3g mounts your partition as no exec. At this point I can give you a list of answers to the same question ...



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