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Free software advocate in China.


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awarded  Necromancer
Oct
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
19
comment What does 'nice' mean on CPU utilization graphs?
This explicates what nice means but not what the "nice CPU time" in top means.
Dec
29
answered Long running requests with gunicorn + nginx
Mar
22
suggested rejected edit on Difference between single quotes and double quotes when passing command through ssh
Jan
17
answered Why do I not have syntax highlighting when I sudo vi <filename>?
Sep
20
accepted ss -p output meaning
Jun
9
comment ss -p output meaning
Thanks. Unfortunately this is not documented in either manpage or html doc. I will look it up in the source code.
Jun
8
answered Ubuntu 10.04 Desktop: How to disable all GUI elements and boot to command prompt
Jun
8
asked ss -p output meaning
Apr
12
answered “ps -ew” won't show wide output
Apr
10
comment “ps -ew” won't show wide output
It's not just a bug, it's a design fiasco. I've set up a project called GNU ps to make the options better at code.google.com/p/gnups. I've removed the support for BSD options. Please take a try, though there are much to be done.
Apr
8
comment Can I limit the runtime of a cronjob
Yes, in 10.04 it is there but gone in 10.10.
Apr
8
comment “ps -ew” won't show wide output
I expect this vital utility on Linux should have clear behaviors like most of the other ones. But it fails. See how well the GNU tools are done.
Apr
8
comment “ps -ew” won't show wide output
I am reading the source code dealing with option parsing ps/parser.c in the source tar ball. It is more than 1000 lines of C code. If I am good at C, I would remove the messes. I hope someone could write a new parse. We do not need those exra useless messy options.
Apr
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awarded  Commentator
Apr
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awarded  Student
Apr
8
comment “ps -ew” won't show wide output
I am using Ubuntu 10.10. I am using the latest version 3.2.8 from Ubuntu repo.
Apr
8
comment “ps -ew” won't show wide output
It doesn't work for 'ps -ew'. You must include f for w to work. It is not documented in the man page.
Apr
8
comment “ps -ew” won't show wide output
I hate this command. The options are the worst I have ever seen on Linux. There are a lot of people asking about its options. why do not the people at GNU write a pure GNUish one? I do not want to waste time any more on this commands' options and the details. I hate it, for long.