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Re: a way to read the current cpu load from the shell or via a cmdline utility in cygwin?
> > > but I'm running 1.3.12?
> > >
> > > Isn't that recent enough?
> > Don't know. I'm running 1.3.12-2 and I know it's there.
> > $ ls /proc/
> > 1540 1808 2536 2616 2660 2684 2848 meminfo stat version
> > 1764 2444 2592 2636 2680 2712 loadavg registry uptime
> > J.
> Don't get me wrong../proc exists and looks very similar to yours, but I
get that error (i.e. the complaint that /proc is not mounted) whenever I run
I think this is because top is looking for a file in /proc that's not there.
Please send me the source package for the version of top you are using.
You can download a working version of top here:
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