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Old 10-09-2009
Help with HUP and SEGV.

Hello - I need to know the detail of HUP and SEGV.

I know HUP is Hangup and can be use to kill a Unix login session remotely by sending a hangup signal to the process running the login session.

Could someone tell me in detail prupose of HUP and SEGV (segmentation violation)?
I need to know difference between ps aux and ps lax too.
Please advice.
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