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    SubjectRe: 'ps u' gives Floating point exception
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    	um, it works for me:

    wolverine:~> ps --version
    ps: unknown long name option -- -version
    usage: ps -acehjlnrsSuvwx{t<tty>|#|O[-]u[-]U..} \
    --sort:[-]key1,[-]key2,...
    --help gives you this message
    wolverine:~> ldd `which ps`
    libc.so.5 => /lib/libc.so.5.3.11
    wolverine:~>

    Must be something w/ the shared lib.

    - Jared

    ulmo@q.net spewed:
    >
    > See Documentation/Changes.
    >
    > (Doing that will probably fix your incompatability, but not mine.)
    >
    > On a related but not the same note, I get, with procps-0.99a & 1.3.90:
    >
    > Q:~$ ps axf
    > PID TTY STAT TIME COMMAND
    > Segmentation fault
    > ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    > Q:~$ uname -a
    > Linux Q.Net 1.3.90 #37 Tue Apr 16 17:55:01 EDT 1996 i586
    > Q:~$ ps --version
    > procps version 0.99
    > [Huh? It's 0.99a!!]
    > Q:~$ ldd `which ps`
    > libproc.so.0.99 => /lib/libproc.so.0.99
    > [aha -- probably they don't want alpha vers#s in library names -- shoulda been 0.99.1]
    > libc.so.5 => /lib/libc.so.5.3.9
    > Q:~$
    >
    > I really have come to love the -f option (it's useful for tracking
    > down things in a visually quick way, without having to read "PPID").
    >



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