Microsoft Releases Its Own Open-Source Process Monitor For Linux
Written by Michael Larabel in Microsoft on 17 July 2020 at 09:14 AM EDT. 63 Comments
MICROSOFT --
Microsoft's newest open-source Linux software is ProcMon for Linux, a rewritten and re-imagined version of its Processor Monitor found on Windows within their Sysinternals suite.

Microsoft's ProcMon tool is a C++-written, open-source process monitor for Linux that makes it convenient to trace system call activity. This ProcMon Linux version is open-source under an MIT license.

Microsoft released the source code to their ProcMon Linux version on Thursday and is marked as a 1.0 preview release. Microsoft is also making available a Debian/Ubuntu package of this preview build.


ProcMon for Linux can be downloaded from GitHub.
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