Ps is an actual Unix command which stands for process status and shows a list of the running processes, process identifiers (PID), and process owner. In Telehack, it is used the same way. Ps can be executed on a host to show running processes or commands. Ps can be executed on the Telehack shell to show running user processes and memory usage.

An example of ps on the Telehack shell can be seen below:

user forbin 1 proc loaded, used mem 785k, freemem 23563k

  pid    program   mem    desc                              
  ---    -------   ---    ----                              
  7315   xmodem    785k   XMODEM/CRC support kit                           

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