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euid and egid frpm proc

hi, can anyone tell me where can i find euid and egid from /proc file system in RHEL 4? i read stat file, but i got only uid and gid, and cudnot find any entry regarding euid and egid.please suggest...

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sanjay
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Old 10-29-2007
EUID and EGID from /proc system

hi, can anyone tell me where can i find euid and egid from /proc file system in RHEL 4? i read stat file, but i got only uid and gid, and cudnot find any entry regarding euid and egid.please suggest...

thanks,

sanjay
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Old 10-29-2007
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