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revised How do I get the first branch PID of an application in pstree command?
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revised How do I get the first branch PID of an application in pstree command?
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comment Manually move kernel image to /boot directory
make -n install will show what the make would have done, but not actually perform any actions
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revised How do I get the first branch PID of an application in pstree command?
added qualification for command line start of application
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comment How do I get the first branch PID of an application in pstree command?
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answered How do I get the first branch PID of an application in pstree command?
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comment How do I get the first branch PID of an application in pstree command?
If you're looking for the top level chromium process, it should be the one with parent process id of 1 (init), try using pgrep -P1 chromium to find its PID
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comment Use the keyboard to emulate a mouse
Under x11/gnome System Settings MouseKeys help.gnome.org/users/gnome-help/stable/mouse-mousekeys.html.en
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reviewed Reject Use the keyboard to emulate a mouse
Feb
4
comment AIX tar error: There is not enough memory available now
Again, I'm not convinced this has anything to do with the fact you're reading from tape. See www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=isg3T1000459 and try and determine if your error is related to the write side.
Feb
3
comment AIX tar error: There is not enough memory available now
You said this happens when you try to cp the files. What did you mean? Can you reproduce the same error simply copying files, without the tape drive as part of the problem? If you can eliminate the tape drive and recreate the error, this puts your problem in the JFS domain. Eliminate variables.
Feb
3
comment AIX tar error: There is not enough memory available now
Which fs are you trying write to? BTW: Please add the answers to comment questions to the original question, such that your initial question provides all relevant information and is as complete as possible.
Feb
3
comment AIX tar error: There is not enough memory available now
Is there space left in /var?
Feb
3
comment AIX tar error: There is not enough memory available now
Found one other user with same error, "Known problem fixed by apar IY11431". Can you unmount/remount filesystem that you're trying to write to?
Feb
2
comment Comparing binary files until EOF
There appears to be some none zero garbage on the USB, using dd to copy the image leaves the garbage. Trying to compute an md5sum would probably miss EOF in the same fashion as cmp was missing EOF.
Feb
1
comment Comparing binary files until EOF
The GNU cmp has a limit switch, if you wanted to you could limit the cmp to the known file size cmp --bytes=LIMIT
Jan
30
comment Can I prevent zsh slowing with a large history?
You should cull your history file. HISTSIZE and SAVEHIST should be set to some reasonable size. I use 10,000 and that is large. 150,000 is huge.
Jan
30
comment Dual Monitor on Arch Linux causes computer to not suspend
The commented values in logind.conf are showing the default values. You only need to uncomment if you wish to change the value.
Jan
30
comment Grep expression with spaces - BASH
Change your awk $2 to $3?
Jan
28
comment Replace part of filename by directory name
You also use scanID in your script, yet list filenames as scanAC in question text.