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I have been trying to get [view-process-mode] to work, with little
`view-process-mode' is provided by the `hm--view-process-2.4.tar.gz'
package. It works fine for me in Emacs 19.34 and seems to work OK in
Emacs 20.2 (I just tested it in 20.2 for the first time).
Whenever I boot my machine and start X windows, I start an Emacs owned
by root (that I call `Monitor') that includes the following expression
in its init file:
This starts view-process-mode. I keep this instance of Emacs
iconified most of the time, but use it to look at and signal processes
Here is info about the package:
Description: An Elisp Package For Viewing Processes With The XEmacs/Emacs19.
The output of ps is inserted in an emacs buffer. One can easy
send signals to one or more processes and sort and filter the
output. A description of the output is also provided.
Author: email@example.com (Heiko Muenkel)
Primary-site: ftp.tnt.uni-hannover.de /data/ftp/pub/editors/xemacs/contrib
Alternate-site: sunsite.unc.edu /pub/Linux/apps/editors/emacs
Here is what I put in my ~/.emacs, /root/.twmrc, and
This is in my .emacs file and is for interactive use of
the `view-processes' command:
;;; Different interface to `ps'; M-x view-processes
;; 7 July 1997
(setq load-path (cons "/usr/local/src/view-process-mode" load-path))
(autoload 'view-processes "view-process-mode"
"Prints a list with processes in the buffer `view-process-buffer-name'.
It calls the function `view-process-status' with default switches.
As the default switches on BSD like systems the value of the variable
`view-process-status-command-switches-bsd' is used.
On System V like systems the value of the variable
`view-process-status-command-switches-system-v' is used.
IF the optional argument REMOTE-HOST is given, then the command will
be executed on the REMOTE-HOST. If an prefix arg is given, then the
function asks for the name of the remote host."
This is also in my .emacs file; it is for when I create an instance of
Emacs using the TWM menu. It names the new instance of Emacs
`Monitor' and loads the `.root-monitor.el' file:
(if (equal "<Monitor>" (cdr (assoc 'name (frame-parameters))))
"... setting up Monitor Second Frame ... Emacs Version %s ready... "
(substring (emacs-version) 10 17))))
This is in my .twmrc file and is the menu item for starting an
instance of Emacs called `Monitor' that among other things runs
"<Monitor>" !"emacs -fn 6x13 -bg darkblue -fg grey90 -geometry 80x46+512+110 -name '<Monitor>' &"
Here are the contents of my `/root/.root-monitor.el' file:
Robert J. Chassell firstname.lastname@example.org
Rattlesnake Enterprises http://www.rattlesnake.com
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