procps 2:3.3.10-4ubuntu2 source package in Ubuntu

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procps (2:3.3.10-4ubuntu2) xenial; urgency=high

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Dimitri John Ledkov on 2016-01-13
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Xenial
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
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admin
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procps_3.3.10-4ubuntu2.debian.tar.xz 35.9 KiB 7b8a62c79386c2d75eea39bd1896ee62128d82e3193b7d669df4ecc016294d02
procps_3.3.10-4ubuntu2.dsc 1.8 KiB 4ad5b8338219a5f57f455c0ce08ad46e8a63f5e663a076a4de76a50464ca7f93

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libprocps4: library for accessing process information from /proc

 The libprocps library is a way of accessing information out of the /proc
 filesystem.
 .
 This package contains the shared libraries necessary to run programs
 compilied with libprocps.

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libprocps4-dev: library for accessing process information from /proc

 These are the header files for libproc. Some packages using libproc
 to access process information from /proc need these to compile.

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procps-dbgsym: debug symbols for package procps

 This package provides command line and full screen utilities for browsing
 procfs, a "pseudo" file system dynamically generated by the kernel to
 provide information about the status of entries in its process table
 (such as whether the process is running, stopped, or a "zombie").
 .
 It contains free, kill, pkill, pgrep, pmap, ps, pwdx, skill, slabtop,
 snice, sysctl, tload, top, uptime, vmstat, w, and watch.