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Getting proccessor speed and Memory size from program.

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I want get processor speed and Memory size using system calls(like sysctl system call).Can any body suggest me how to do it.
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Question by:mahesha_krpet
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by:paullamhkg
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This is same TA as this one http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/Linux/Q_20803989.html.

I will suggest you to send a 0 points request to EE admin to delete this TA and get your points refund, you just post your request here http://www.experts-exchange.com/Community_Support/ will do :)
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shivsa earned 500 total points
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Hi Mahesha,

any update, did the programs worked. if worked please accept the answer.
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by:lincoln_stern
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Linux places this information in a folder with all the information in plain text
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