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Re: top failure



On Sat, 26 Feb 2000, Bernhard Rosenkraenzer wrote:

> On Sun, 27 Feb 2000, Vidiot wrote:
> 
> > For quite a while now "top" has refused to run.  It starts, clears the
> > screen and quits.  No error messages, no nothing.
> 
> Works for me... What exactly are you running?
> 
> LLaP
> bero
> 
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I believe I said this in previous thread, and am starting to run the risk
of being considered "the errors.out guy".  Heheheee.  Not a good thing,
considering I'm new to the list.

In any case, try running the command like this:
top 2>errors.out

Then, stop the process by doing a Ctrl+C for instance, and take a look at
the contents of the errors.out file which should then contain a printout
of the errors the system ran into.  I use this trick pretty much every
time I run into a problem, and so far it has proven to be extremely
helpful.  

Again, please correct me if I'm wrong, since I'm here to help when I can
and learn from the gurus.  ;-)


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