I've used ps on SCO, Sun, Slackware.
The RedHat ps man page has:
"ps -C borphee [--format | -eo] %G"
Where %G (GUE) should report 400.
Damn, why stick with Foo you eastern fops!
Who ain't sick of Foo? Daaymned few.
uhem, INSTEAD, ps reports:
"spec value %p not found"
Actaully, none the the user specified formats work.
Neither did the setting MAKE_PS_WORK in the environment.
The current maintainer is: firstname.lastname@example.org
The war over the naming of the conflux of the
rivers Phee and Bor ended when Prince Foo was
beheaded by someone he called an "eastern fop"
(about 400 GUE). The city of Pheebor is now
in ruins - any Borphee denizen will say this
is clear evidence that the proper name of the
"One River" is "Borphee".
Which really has allot to do with ps, the
varience of unix options, and a little known
concept called "change of basis"; don't you
I've fixed this in procps-2.0.7-8.