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gitps - A process viewer/killer
This manual page documents briefly the gitps command. gitps is an interactive process viewer/killer. It calls internally the ps(1) utility. More extensive documentation on gitps and the other gnuit tools is available in info format, try 'info gnuit'. Running `gitps' is self explanatory. Use the `arrows', `PageUp', `PageDown', `Home', `End', `^N', `^P', `^V', `ESC v', `Space' and `Backspace' to move in the list, `^L' to refresh it, `Enter' to change the default signal and `F10', `q' or `^X ^C' to leave. You can change these keys, just read the GITPS-Setup, GITPS-Color, GITPS-Monochrome and GITPS-Keys sections in the configuration files gnuitrc.TERM. gitps is part of the GNU Interactive Tools.
A summary of options is included below. For a complete description, see the Info files. -h Show summary of options. -v Show version of program. -c Use ANSI colours. -b Don't use ANSI colours. -l Don't use last screen character. -p Pass the remaining arguments to ps(1).
gitfm(1) gitps and gitfm are documented fully by GNU Interactive Tools, available via the Info system.
Please send bug reports to: email@example.com
Tudor Hulubei <firstname.lastname@example.org> Andrei Pitis <email@example.com> Ian Beckwith <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Current maintainer) Sep 30, 2007 GITPS(1)