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Pierre Rousselet writes:
> James Bourne wrote:

>> From the procps man page:
>> Albert Cahalan <acahalan@cs.uml.edu> rewrote ps for full
>> Unix98 and BSD support, along with some ugly hacks for
>> obsolete and foreign syntax.
>>
>> Michael K. Johnson <johnsonm@redhat.com> is the current
>> maintainer.

There has been a bit of a fork actually... sorry.

> Right. For international support procps-2.0.7 is the one to choose with
> the patch procps-2.0.7-intl.patch.

That one is quite buggy. The parser is broken ("ps -o %p" fails),
you can get a core dump if you get unlucky with the System.map file,
the BSD-style process selection is incorrect... I've fixed about 100
bugs and introduced only a few.

What you really ought to use is the Debian package. That gives you
my source plus a few fixes that I don't have yet. Head over to
www.debian.org and drill down to the "unstable" package. There you
will find a source tarball and a patch file for it.

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