Ladies and gents,
Due to popular demand I am summarizing the replies received
regarding the lsof program. Here are the three most useful replies:
First from "Truck", aka firstname.lastname@example.org,
> } Subject: pointer to lsof
> } Can anyone tell where to find "lsof" ? My Archies and Gophers
> } yield nothing.
> Hmn. I did archie substring search for "lsof" on archie.rutgers.edu got
> 95 hits (most of them false). I'm pretty sure that Purdue is the canonical
> site. I think your best bet is:
Next, from Vic Abell (email@example.com) by way of Peter Allen
> I got help on lsof ( for 4.1.1 ) from:
> Vic Abell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Purdue University Computing Center.
> lsof 3.03 now available.
> If you've obtained this file and an lsof distribution from a mirror
> site, please be aware that THE LATEST VERSION OF LSOF IS AVAILABLE
> VIA ANONYMOUS FTP FROM VIC.CC.PURDUE.EDU (220.127.116.11) IN THE
> PUB/ DIRECTORY.
I have personally verified this one exists.
Finally, for all you Solaris types, voluntary and otherwise :-),
the following was supplied by Daniel Bidwell (email@example.com):
>> Can anyone tell where to find "lsof" ? My Archies and Gophers
>> yield nothing.
>I believe that you should be able to find it on
>ftp.uorgeon.edu:/pub/src/Solaris2.x./lsof* or something like that.
Roger "Colorado Springs: City of wide streets and narrow
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