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Here is a monitor script i use, To monitor the services running and from what user.

while true
do
  clear
  ps aux | head -n 1
  ps aux | egrep "egg" | grep -v grep
  sleep 15
done

Where you see "egg" You can change it to what ever one you want. "name1|name2|etc" using | you can add more processes.

If you want it to update faster just change "Sleep 15" to a lower number.

Going threw old codes will give more out soon

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Hi Greendixy,

Here is my windows version of your monitor script.

@echo off

:loop
  tasklist /FI "USERNAME ne NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM"
  SLEEP 10
goto loop

I slightly modified it, so it displays the processes running, along with the username and some other info.

However I am still working on the user filtering bit, so it can display what process is from what user.

Regards,

Infiltrator

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@Infiltrator

Cool would test it out, But non of my computers run windows. All 4 desktops, And my laptop run's Linux. The code i have had on cd for ages, Wen't threw them all and found it. So thought it might be some use to someone. I got lots more, But i think i will just upload it to my website. Will post link soon, Once i get it updated and files added.

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You could run a windows box on a VM set up.

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eww windows lol j/k nah i dont trust/like windows i have been on linux way to long to switch back

Good decision bro, stay with Linux you will benefit more.

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I don't like to run Windows either, but, when it comes to work, well. Let's just say I haven't completely converted them yet...

I use pretty close to the same script that you(infiltrator) posted at work.

I may not like working on a Windows box, but, such is life when it comes to work... =(

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I don't like to run Windows either, but, when it comes to work, well. Let's just say I haven't completely converted them yet...

I use pretty close to the same script that you(infiltrator) posted at work.

I may not like working on a Windows box, but, such is life when it comes to work... =(

What distro do you work on?

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