[Wine] Running Windows Services
martin at gregorie.org
Thu Mar 19 11:31:33 CDT 2009
On Thu, 2009-03-19 at 09:50 -0500, duja wrote:
> Should I see it running as a seperate app like if I start my service named "app" should I then see app.exe in the "ps x" -list?
Yes, if you're logged in as the same user.
ps -u user
shows all processes for 'user', and
shows all processes on the computer. I find
ps -ef | grep progname
a useful command. It lists all processes and filters that list with grep
to show onlt the process(es) you're interested in. It produces one or
more lines. One is the grep process itself and the others are the
processes you wanted to know about. If you use it a lot, write a small
========start of filterps script file =========
ps -ef | grep $1
========end of filterps script file =========
Put it in the search path and make it executable:
cp filterps /usr/local/bin
chmod uga+rx filterps
and to run it:
/usr/local/bin is usually your the search path.
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