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Carlos Caro4,174 Points
How can I sort the output of the 'top' command in Ubuntu 17.04?
I have been following the 'Console foundation' course and the 'top' command is extremely powerful and useful.
When I am following the class with the console from Treehouse (everything works well).
However, I am also following the class with my own installation of Ubuntu 17.04 (server) and the option to sort is 'o' or 'O' but I am always getting the same error after: 'include' filter delimiter is missing
Any help would be greatly appreciate it