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Gmemusage is modelled after the program of the same name on Silicon
Graphics' graphics workstations. In a nutshell, gmemusage graphically
displays the contents of memory on a running system, broken up by
individual processes.

To compile the program:

	make

You can set OPTIM to the value appropriate to your C compiler to get
optimization or debugging symbols, e.g.

	make OPTIM=-O2

To install:

	make install

You can set PREFIX to a directory under which the program and the
manual entry will be installed (by default /usr/local), e.g.

	make PREFIX=/home/raju install

Please see the comments at the top of the Makefile and edit other
options as you desire.

Gmemusage is copyright (C) 1997 by Raju Mathur aka OldMonk.

The canonical site is:

	http://reality.sgi.com/raju/software.html

Soda, Reiki, CDs of '70s rock and flames to:

	raju@sgi.com

Please read the file COPYING in this directory for copyright
information.

Please see the file TODO in this directory for a bug- and wish-list.

Gmemusage was compiled and tested on

	Linux dontpanic 2.0.31 #13 Sun Oct 19 01:13:27 IST 1997 i486

with the following libraries

	libX11.so.6 => /usr/X11R6/lib/libX11.so.6.1
	libc.so.5 => /lib/libc.so.5.4.38