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Old 22nd April 2008, 15:41
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Default ps aux | only user's processes will be shown

is this possible in debian etch? that will prevent user to see other processes that 's been run by different UID.
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I don't think this is possible, unless you write a wrapper script called ps that calls the real ps with the right options.
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thank for the info falko
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