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 PostPosted: Wed Apr 01, 2009 11:14 am   
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Hello everybody i'm new about this forum and in scripting bash :o .
Today have tried the OS exam and i can't resolve it. Sorry for my bad english.
This is the question:

Write a script that when start write a file with a table like this one:

<Process Name1> <PID1> <file path1> <Time when start1> Started
<Process Name2> <PID2> <file path2> <Time when start2> Started
<Process Name2> <PID2> <file path2> <Time when terminate2> Terminated
<Process Name2> <PID2> <file path2> <Time when terminate2> Terminated

I'm really grateful to everyone will write this, i think easy, script.
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 PostPosted: Wed Apr 01, 2009 12:04 pm   
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several commands might help you get started.

date
time
echo

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Hmm.... Sounds like a homework question to me...

reading up on the man page of the ps command might give you some ideas.

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