2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 4, 2015 3:03 PM by paul@monospacesoftware

    Standard "ps" not BusyBox?

    paul@monospacesoftware

      Does anyone know what package, if any contains the basic unix command "ps"?  The BusyBox replacement doesn't support options like ps -ef, which causes problems with scripts.

       

      I've added the repos at http://repo.opkg.net/edison/repo, and tried installing coreutils and a few other ones, but haven't been able to find ps.  In Ubuntu, it's apparently part of "procps" package, but that's not available in the edison packages.  And "opkg search" does not appear to work at all.