Diff for /wikisrc/tutorials/hide_other_user__39__s_processes.mdwn between versions 1.1 and 1.2

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 #  Introduction  #  Introduction 
   
 Normally a user can use the **ps** command to see any process running on a system.    Normally a user can use the **ps** command to see any process running on a system.  
 A nice additional security measure is to hide these processes.    A nice additional security measure is to hide these processes.   
 A user may be able to "see" only her own processes thanks to the **security.curtain** sysctl option.  A user may be able to "see" only her own processes thanks to the **security.curtain** sysctl option. 
   
 #  Execution  #  Execution
   
 Run following command as a user with root privileges:  Run following command as a user with root privileges: 
          
     # sysctl -w security.curtain=1      # sysctl -w security.curtain=1
          
   
 Now type as normal user:  Now type as normal user: 
          
     # ps auxww      # ps auxww
          
   
 You should be able to see only processes belonging to your user.  You should be able to see only processes belonging to your user. 
   
      
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