Ubuntu :: Find Process Name From Application Name?

Oct 19, 2010

I have searched for the solution with no luck and still wondering if there is a way to find out what's an application process name is from the name of the application itself. And then pkill the process from the terminal.I tried using

ps -e | grep ....but it says[code]....

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May 4, 2010

How do you find the parent process of zombie processes?

When the child process is something where the parent is not entirely obvious...

Is there some way to list processes in tree format or something?

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Sep 25, 2015

I am new to this debian plotform. How can I add my app to init.d linkup.

I did my programe for I2C Bit banging method and got output on Beaglebone black rev.C hardware.

I want to run my code after booting of beaglebone with out connecting to laptop or login process.

I want just powerup,then run my programe default.

/***************************Extra Information*************
#etc/inittab file
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# Boot-time system configuration/initialization script.
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[Code] .....

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Jul 15, 2011

I'm porting C++ application from ARM to MIPS platform. It works now, but I see some strange timing problems. I've seen now that My app process is called multiply time. Here is "top" output:

Mem: 24592K used, 102084K free, 0K shrd, 0K buff, 16864K cached
CPU: 0% usr 99% sys 0% nice 0% idle 0% io 0% irq 0% softirq
Load average: 4.02 2.17 0.95
1888 1875 admin R 12096 10% 98% ./my_app.exe

I don't see something like this when I compile it for x86, nor ARM.On MIPS I use uClibc instead of glibc.

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May 12, 2010

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May 2, 2010

Whenever I'm running my application process, I've 1M physical memory usage is increasing for every 2 hours.This I observed using 'free -m' command.But 'top' command did not showing any increase 'RSS' size.It is same as it was started initially.Even though I stopped my process,the increased memory was not released back. If I start my application process then again memory usage start increasing by 1M for every 2 hours. increase of memory usage observer with 'free' and that too when my application is running, but top command is not showing any change in the RSS sizeIf my application is leaking any memory which is allocated by new/malloc, that should be released back whenever my application exit and the size increase will be show through top command for that process, right? This is not happeningThis proves that there is no potential leaks in my process.But why physical memory is increasing when only my process is running?

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Feb 16, 2010

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May 7, 2011

I am trying to write a script that will look for a plugin and check that its running and if not start it
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May 18, 2011

Sometimes I notice that there is high upload speeds for 10 minutes or so. At the time of the screenshot I was sitting in a public wireless place, only chromium was open and I don't see any reason why there should be sustained upload speeds.Is there a GUI or CLI so I can find out which process uses the internet?

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Ubuntu :: Can't Find Application In Unity

May 10, 2011

I just updated to 11.04 today after deciding I couldn't just read about Unity anymore and wanted to experience it for myself. I'll save my thoughts for the Experiences forum; suffice to say that so far I think that it's organized and, for the most part, intuitive.

That said, I am having a problem finding an application that I know is installed. I use Crossover Games to run Steam, and though Steam is running just fine (just played a quick game of TF2 to make sure) I cannot for the life of me find Crossover. In 10.10, it was under Applications > Games. In Unity, it will not show up no matter how I search for it (Steam, however, does with no issues). I have searched for Crossover, codeweaver, cross, code, games, etc, to no avail.

Any tips or comments on how I may find this application? It shows up in my Installed Software in Software Center even!

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Feb 4, 2011

I know that this command
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i tried "grep process-name pid aux"

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Feb 3, 2010

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May 16, 2010

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Oct 3, 2010

Normally servers having multiple CPU's I need to found out, which CPU is used by a process. or else from the out put /proc/pid/stat how we can identify used CPU by the process

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Jun 27, 2010

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I'm in a dual boot with xp. Something tells me I should have bought that USR modem with the native Linux driver rather than the cheaper Aopen unit

I will be upgrading to Lucid in the coming weeks but would like to resolve this beforehand if possible.

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Aug 3, 2010

Is there any way to find out the space consumed by a particular application??
AFAIK,applications installation are distributed across various directories in Linux(man pages,executable files,etc..)and the very close i can get is to run 'whereis' command which gives me all the paths where the application's files are stored.
Do i have to manually go to each and every such paths and check their sizes??

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Nov 23, 2010

I am a beginner Ubuntu 9.10 user. I downloaded and installed the latest version of the sun VirtualBox. My problem is I cannot find where it is installed and that's why I could not run it. Generally, when I install a program the shortcut appears in the menu "Applications->ClassOfInstalledFile". But Virtual Box did not appear. How to find the icon, or simply how to run this application and have a shortcut of it on the "Applications" menu?

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Apr 8, 2010

I can see that the light of the HDD is flashing. I would like to find out what the process is that is accessing the HDD. Is there a way to achieve this?Is there a utility that ties up processes with hw resources?

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May 16, 2010

Is there a way to find out information about a process based on the command used to run it?

Ideally I would like to get processes ID %CPU and memory usage back. I have written a short shell script which does this but I wonderd was there a command that did this.

Here's my shell script

if [ $ARGS != $ExpectedArgs ]


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May 13, 2010

I start a QEMU command, but pgrep can't found the process.

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Feb 23, 2010

I used 9.04 for months and it work fine before restarting my PC. After I restarted my PC, the memory consumption takes up to 4.2 GB after login. However, I cannot find any process that consume such large number of memory.


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Feb 1, 2010

I know that every .desktop file comes into the Applications section but how can I find the .desktop file for a specific application?

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Mar 5, 2011

I have been trying to download different applications and some of them have two options i386 or amd64. How do I find which application it is on my computer processor?mk631219

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Feb 20, 2010

I have the following problem. I want to find out connection between process and socket. When I type to the terminal the following command netstat -anpetu so I get the following output:


As you can see just some connection have assign PID/Programme. How can I find out Program of this socket without PID/programme. like this Certainly I know that some port are well-known but there are a lot of unknown ports(like 8307 3350 and so on).

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Jul 8, 2011

Im using SUSE, i have 31GB of memory Mem: 31908592k total, 31429632k used, 478960k free, 12176k buffers. How do I find out what process are eating up all my memory.

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Mar 5, 2010

Is there any link where i can get information about below?

Dirty memory
One more?

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Dec 17, 2010

My machine is trying to communicate with another computer. I�ve blocked the traffic with this machine with iptables (input and output traffic), but I want to find the origin of this traffic. There�re 90% of probabilities it�s a trojan, and I want to find it.I have logged the packets with iptables (and then dropped), but with this I don�t know the proccess source.I�ve tried with netstat -o, but I don�t get nothing.How can I see the Process source (i.e. the PID) of this traffic?The traffic are TCP packets, with SYN flagged active (my machine is trying to establish a connection with that IP).

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Mar 2, 2010

How can i find a the process that crashed my linux system,

I only have the below information available.

from /var/log/messages
Mar 1 21:14:31 localhost kernel: fown: signal 29, pid 1211
Mar 1 22:00:17 localhost kernel: fown: signal 29, pid 1211
Mar 1 22:07:52 localhost kernel: fown: signal 29, pid 1211


Also I don't have kdump enabled.

I am assuming that this is due to overloading of the server.

This server runs an Oracle Database..

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