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  •  05 May 2000 00:51
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    Release Notes: A fix for a silly startup bug, works on recent (2.3.99preX) Linux kernels, and some default handy commands (gdb and strace/truss).

    •  26 Jan 2000 04:44
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      Release Notes: This release features MOSIX support, support for Linux bigmem systems, and minor cosmetic fixes. The COMM field isn't always removed in linear mode.

      •  14 Oct 1999 19:05
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        Release Notes: A couple of bug fixes related to tables not taking up the entire window, and processes living longer than 250 days being incorrectly sorted.

        •  11 Oct 1999 19:23
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          Release Notes: Processes can now be shown as a tree, columns may be reordered by dragging, and user-defined commands are possible.

          •  14 Aug 1999 07:16
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            Release Notes: Fixed a table update bug with Qt 2.00 (changing the sort column wouldn't repaint).

            •  04 Aug 1999 03:08
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              Release Notes: Many changes.

              •  20 Apr 1999 11:13
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                Release Notes: TTY field width made variable (mostly for Solaris) and Linux cpu usage bug fixed.

                •  18 Apr 1999 09:33
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                  Release Notes: replaced delete with delete[] in proc.C and fixed another Linux segfault.

                  •  16 Apr 1999 01:45
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                    Release Notes: Limited Solaris 2.6 support (no sockets listing; several fields missing).

                    •  06 Apr 1999 03:17
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                      Release Notes: Compile error fixed and tiny tweak in proc.C (skip unused fields).

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