Given the pid of a process that's running on a x64 linux, how do I tell if it's running a 32 or 64 bit binary? I can look at the binary it's running out of 'ps' and do a file on that but I was wondering if there's a way to tell by looking at /proc/ or something like that.
I've got the new beta working in ubuntu 64 bit lucid 10.4. But, I have to go to admin/sys monitor and end the boxee "sleeping" process B4 it will start again after exiting The app? Id sure like to fix it.
I have a high priority service that I start with sudo nice -n -10 process. This process does not need superuser rights though, except for the priority elevation. But nice requires superuser privileges to elevate priority.
Description of what the code does or what i intended to do:
1. Created a child process from parent process using 'fork()'
2. Sent a signal 'SIGALRM' from child process to parent process using 'sigqueue' function.
(The Third parameter of 'siqueue' function contains the message (message msg) which the child process wants to send to the parent process.'msg' is a stucture instance containing a) pid of child and b) string) 5. Print the 'msg' sent by child process inside the signal handler function 'sig_action_function' of the parent process I am getting some junk value when this line is executed
I expected to get the pid of child process, which the child process sent to parent process through the signal.
as we all know Process Scheduler does Process scheduling and its a process as well. I was just wondering that if this happens then the Process "Process Scheduler" should be a part of Process queue as well.
So if there are 5 process are there in Process queue & process scheduler is administrating them then since its also a process, once it puts a process under RUN state it should itself go inside queue because at one instant only one process can get executed on a processor. This is quite confusing for me. Please help me out. I tried to search on this but could not find any relevant topics.
I have a process running on Linux.When i do ps -eaf | grep <myProcess>, it show muliple entries for <myProcess> with different pids for each entry.Kindly tell me what could be the reason for a process having multiple pids?
I've been running my shellscript for about half an hour now. It's taking longer than I thought to process all the data. I have the process ID of it. Is it possible to save the process and log out then log in and continue the process? I know how to pause a process using kill -pause pID and continue it using kill -cont pID. But that only work if you don't log out after pausing it.
I want to kill parent process after "fork()" method. but if I kill parent process with "exit(0)" method, main() thread is terminated as well so child prosess doesn't work anymore. Is there any way to kill only parent process without affecting to child process?
I've some file with .sh extensions that runs some softwares.Now,how do I stop running that filesI know we run the command ./start_tomcat.sh to start the apache.Is there any command to stop that file/process or is it just kill the process to stop the process
Downloaded from here: [URL] then ,it is 32-bit and I need to know what all 32-bit libs are needed as dependency for skype to work. I am on Gnome Fedora and purposefully selected static version of skype to prevent installation of libqt4.
I just bought sony vaio laptop(EB16) couple of days before.I had window 7 OS. Two days before i downloaded Fedora-12-x86_64-DVD & installed in my PC.Everything is working fine except when i play any video or audio file such as .avi, .mp3 from any player such as vlc player, movie player ,xine etc , i don't get any sound.I tried to search this problem in internet but still i am not able to resolve this problem.
Can anyone get the website below to work correctly with Firefox 3.5 and F11 64bit?[URL]...All I see is the background scrolling slowly and jerkily, none of the buttons at the bottom work. Reboot into Windows 7 and IE8: the same site is fast, smooth, the buttons work and the product details appear correctly in the centre of the screen.
Edit: now working, thanks very much Leigh and Dangermouse.
Anyone successfully installed AIR and iPlayer on F11?
I've switched to 32 bit Adobe flash, tried Autoten for AIR and Dangermouse's advice for iPlayer: url.html but it's not working, and trying to install AIR from url results in an endless busy downloading graphic .
I assume my problem is a lack of required packages, though I searched the repositories using YUM extender for the packages listed here: url.html and can't see them either as installed or available.
i have a asus K8N-DL MB with 2xAMD64 opteron270 and 4G ram3x1TB drives in raid 5 using onboard SIL controllerand 2 SATA drives also on SIL but not raidedhad previously had F10 64 bit loaded whick workedtried to upgrade and failed (destroyed data)tried a fresh install low level formatted the 3x1TB and made them into raidleft other drives as is takes a long time to boot into the point of trying to find HDthen nothing found
Iam trying to install F15 64bit but I failed my hardware as folow
mb : asus m5a88m cpu: amd phenom ii x6 1100t ram: 8 gb 2x4gb Kingston 1333 hdd : wd 1tb sata3 wd 1tb sata2 vga: ati 4250 b/in
installation media: downloaded dvd image burned the image installed correctly inside vmware and work as expected but the media boot to the first screen quistion and when press ok for new installatin the answer is a serious of errors messages (a lot of it). did my hardware not compatible??
I have a shell script to identify whether the process is running or not. If the process is not running, then I execute another script file to run my application. Below is my script and saved this script as monitorprocess.sh Code: #!/bin/bash