How to use the ps command: 2-Minute Linux Tips
- Published on: 4/9/2021
- In this Linux tip, learn how to use the ps command. It displays information on running processes. If you want to see only certain processes, you can pass the output of a ps command to grep and specify what you want to see – for example, by username or process name.
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