procps in bsd
neeraj at wlink.com.np
Fri Feb 11 20:53:49 PST 2005
i need "watch" and "free" commmand at least!!
is there bsd equivalent of these linux utilities?
On Fri, 2005-02-11 at 22:38, Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
> On Fri, 11 Feb 2005, neeraj shrestha wrote:
> > i could not find the "procps" port or package for freebsd??
> > if there is available let me know!!
> procps is the Linux /proc file system utilities. My package description
> is: The Linux /proc file system utilities are tools for reporting about
> and modifying the state of the system, including memory, processes,
> sending signals to processes, etc. The commands include free, oldps,
> pgrep, pkill, ps, skill, snice, sysctl, tload, top, vmstat, w and watch.
> (kill is not installed; it is available in the sysutils/util-linux
> package.) This version of procps is maintained by Albert Cahalan, based on
> original code from Michael K. Johnson.
> I packaged it for Pkgsrc but ONLY_FOR_PLATFORM= Linux-*-* because this
> uses Linux include/asm/page.h. I never wasted time trying to port to and
> *BSD, because I already have the tools I needed.
> Is there some reason you need procps on FreeBSD? What tool(s) do you need?
> If you need the Linux procps, then install your Linux compat packages. It
> is included.
> Jeremy C. Reed
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