Is there a "filemon" equivalent?
Mikkel L. Ellertson
mikkel at infinity-ltd.com
Mon Apr 2 16:19:05 UTC 2007
Arch Willingham wrote:
> The reason I asked is that sometimes I'd like to know what files
> different programs use for their configuration data. With windows (I
> know.....bad word :> ), I could crank up filemon, than start up the
> program and watch it as it hit files.
> Thanks for the help!
The first thing I do is look at the man page for the program, if it
has one. There is usualy a files section that lists the config file
location. For some programs, there is a man page for the config file
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