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That would make non portable java code.
Apart that, there is no specific thing I see regarding java use.
Under Linux, most of the /proc pseudo files content is text based, so you can just check the presence, open and read the data as usual.
hey jlligre , actually currently we r involved in a college project that needs to perform some tweak operation in OS es using java. windows tweaking have been done successfully(by editing the registry) done but in case of linux we cant find any way. can u give us a hint..? neway thanks for ur rep..
as jlliagre said you may open proc files as text
as for writing/update proc files usually it's done with the echo command
because proc files are kind of virtual file system that doen't really exist
and beware of kcore
i'm still looking for write/update proc file through coding instead of using external command
hopes this help and do help me if you found a way to code write/update
proc files,thanks in advance