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Another interesting meeting topic: /proc

On Tue, Dec 28, 2004 at 12:22:03PM -0500, David Kramer wrote:
> The /proc filesystem is fascinating and has endless uses in both 
> determining and detecting how your machine is running.  I wonder of one or 
> more of us could do a presentation on it.

Let's also throw in Linux's /sys, that threatening usurper which
promises to one day reign in /proc's place.

> On the other hand, it might differ enough between distros that it could 
> not be made general enough. 

More kernel differences than distro, and changing the kernel is
ironically one of the easiest things to alter in the distributions I
have played with.


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