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Slightly above n00b, but not by much. I made an alias to search for and display all of the processes associated with a specific user account that seem to auto initiate every time I log in, which are about 15 and through a process of elimination I found the parent process. Basically I want the alias to display, just the parent process and not the whole list, I know I will have to pipe but beyond that I'm not sure.

Example:

ps -u *someuser* | grep <parent process name/PID>

EDIT #1

This is not exactly related to the process tree in which I'm referring, but I opened a man page so I could paste the associated processes:

966 man pidof --- 
969 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 
970 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 975 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 
977 /usr/bin/less -is` how `kill 966` kills all the rest

Slightly above n00b, but not by much. I made an alias to search for and display all of the processes associated with a specific user account that seem to auto initiate every time I log in, which are about 15 and through a process of elimination I found the parent process. Basically I want the alias to display, just the parent process and not the whole list, I know I will have to pipe but beyond that I'm not sure.

Example:

ps -u *someuser* | grep <parent process name/PID>

EDIT #1

This is not exactly related to the process tree in which I'm referring, but I opened a man page so I could paste the associated processes:

966 man pidof --- 
969 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 
970 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 975 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 
977 /usr/bin/less -is` how `kill 966` kills all the rest

I made an alias to search for and display all of the processes associated with a specific user account that seem to auto initiate every time I log in, which are about 15 and through a process of elimination I found the parent process. Basically I want the alias to display, just the parent process and not the whole list, I know I will have to pipe but beyond that I'm not sure.

Example:

ps -u *someuser* | grep <parent process name/PID>

EDIT #1

This is not exactly related to the process tree in which I'm referring, but I opened a man page so I could paste the associated processes:

966 man pidof --- 
969 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 
970 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 975 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 
977 /usr/bin/less -is` how `kill 966` kills all the rest
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Slightly above n00b, but not by much. I made an alias to search for and display all of the processes associated with a specific user account that seem to auto initiate every time I log in, which are about 15 and through a process of elimination I found the parent process. Basically I want the alias to display, just the parent process and not the whole list, I know I will have to pipe but beyond that I amI'm not sure. Example: ps -u someuser | grep

Thanks.

Example:

ps -u *someuser* | grep <parent process name/PID>

EDIT #1

EDIT: This is not exactly related to the process tree in which I amI'm referring, but I opened a man page so I could paste the associated processes: 966 man pidof --- 969 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 970 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 975 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 977 /usr/bin/less -is how kill 966 kills all the rest

966 man pidof --- 
969 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 
970 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 975 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 
977 /usr/bin/less -is` how `kill 966` kills all the rest

Slightly above n00b, but not by much. I made an alias to search for and display all of the processes associated with a specific user account that seem to auto initiate every time I log in, which are about 15 and through a process of elimination I found the parent process. Basically I want the alias to display, just the parent process and not the whole list, I know I will have to pipe but beyond that I am not sure. Example: ps -u someuser | grep

Thanks.

EDIT: This is not exactly related to the process tree in which I am referring, but I opened a man page so I could paste the associated processes: 966 man pidof --- 969 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 970 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 975 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 977 /usr/bin/less -is how kill 966 kills all the rest

Slightly above n00b, but not by much. I made an alias to search for and display all of the processes associated with a specific user account that seem to auto initiate every time I log in, which are about 15 and through a process of elimination I found the parent process. Basically I want the alias to display, just the parent process and not the whole list, I know I will have to pipe but beyond that I'm not sure.

Example:

ps -u *someuser* | grep <parent process name/PID>

EDIT #1

This is not exactly related to the process tree in which I'm referring, but I opened a man page so I could paste the associated processes:

966 man pidof --- 
969 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 
970 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 975 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 
977 /usr/bin/less -is` how `kill 966` kills all the rest
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Slightly above n00b, but not by much. I made an alias to search for and display all of the processes associated with a specific user account that seem to auto initiate every time I log in, which are about 15 and through a process of elimination I found the parent process. Basically I want the alias to display, just the parent process and not the whole list, I know I will have to pipe but beyond that I am not sure. Example: ps -u someuser | grep

Thanks.

EDIT: This is not exactly related to the process tree in which I am referring, but I opened a man page so I could paste the associated processes: 966 man pidof --- 969 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 970 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 975 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 977 /usr/bin/less -is how kill 966 kills all the rest

Slightly above n00b, but not by much. I made an alias to search for and display all of the processes associated with a specific user account that seem to auto initiate every time I log in, which are about 15 and through a process of elimination I found the parent process. Basically I want the alias to display, just the parent process and not the whole list, I know I will have to pipe but beyond that I am not sure. Example: ps -u someuser | grep

Thanks.

Slightly above n00b, but not by much. I made an alias to search for and display all of the processes associated with a specific user account that seem to auto initiate every time I log in, which are about 15 and through a process of elimination I found the parent process. Basically I want the alias to display, just the parent process and not the whole list, I know I will have to pipe but beyond that I am not sure. Example: ps -u someuser | grep

Thanks.

EDIT: This is not exactly related to the process tree in which I am referring, but I opened a man page so I could paste the associated processes: 966 man pidof --- 969 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 970 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 975 sh -c (cd '/usr/local/share/man' && (echo ".ll 12.8i"; echo ".nr LL 12.8i"; /usr/bin/gunzip -c '/usr/local/share/man/ --- 977 /usr/bin/less -is how kill 966 kills all the rest

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