Qps is a visual process manager, an X11 version of "top" or "ps" that displays processes in a window and lets you sort and manipulate them. It displays some general system information, and many details about current processes (such as the TCP/UDP sockets in use by a process). Qps runs on Linux and Solaris.
Pirate, and do the community a disservice
Piracy is one of the major obstacles for the general acceptance of
free software. After all, why use a free word processor when you
can get MS Word for "free"? And by doing so, you (or your company)
reinforces the grasp that Word has on the market because of
network effects, since you want to exchange document with
others (who, in turn, will need to buy^H^H^Hsteal MS Word...).
It is only when you strictly obey the licensing terms of commersial
software that their cost becomes visible. In the place you work,
insist that the company pay for each copy of Windows, Word,
and every little shareware utility you use, and you will start hearing
grumbles from the department paying the bills.
And nobody with the slightest insight in the massive amount of
dedicated overtime work that game developers put in a modern
game (only to see people pirate it - thank you very much, we'll
have to make it more expensive to cover the costs next time)
will argue in favour of game piracy.
Do complain about buggy, unoriginal overpriced junk games, but
remember that they are being forced to market quickly because
piracy dramatically shortens the time a game can be sold profitably.
After a couple of months, games are being dumped in bargain bins
for the price of a blank CD-R, because - guess what - that is what
they are competing with.