To get the command line of a process without the ps command, and the PID of the command is known, use this command. This example is using a process with a PID of 3380. [email protected]:~$ cat /proc/3380/cmdline /usr/lib/vmware/bin/thnuclnt-pdir/tmp/vmware-jason/thnuclnt-3346-[email protected]:~$ cat /proc/3380/cmdline /usr/lib/vmware/bin/thnuclnt-pdir/tmp/vmware-jason/thnuclnt-3346-fg This will show the command line of the process without using the ps command. …

Using the install-mbr command to install a main boot record (MBR) onto a disk. [[email protected] media]$ sudo install-mbr –force –partition 1 /dev/sdi [sudo] password for flynn: [[email protected] media]$ This command would be useful if you are building a custom image and you need it to be bootable. On this website in Japanese there is a …

The Linux command-line has many powerful tools for viewing and managing running processes on your UNIX/Linux machine. The lsof command is a very useful command, it will display a list of all open files owned by active processes running on your system. Below is an excerpt from the output this command will give you. [email protected]:/home/neo# …

Killing a running task UNIX style in Windows 7 is very easy indeed, the tasklist command makes this just as easy as it is in UNIX/Linux.Just type tasklist in the command prompt and it will display a list of running processes. Then look for the PID of the process you want to kill and type …