Hello, I use a prefpane called GeekTool that allows you to embed information on your desktop, including your processes as they run as well as the percent of the CPU and Memory that they utilize. Only when I wake my computer from sleep mode, I notice processes called "sh" (multiple of these, it was probably listed about six or seven times amongst my top 35 display) and also a process called "ruby" within my "Processes" shell command. Not recognizing them, I pulled up Activity Monitor with "All Processes" selected and they are not there. When waking the computer, "ruby" reportedly utilizes 6% of my CPU, which should still be towards the top of the list but it is not there at all, nor in Activity Monitor as stated prior. Neither of these processes are listed within anything that I can monitor processes with and they only seem to be active when my computer is in sleep mode, apparently. I am thinking that this could possibly be because of the script that I am using for the Processes script in GeekTool, but that would be my best guess. I googled both and only really found information on Ruby, apparently it is something that has to do with programming in Mac OS X. I did not install anything named Ruby, is it a native thing? Anyone know what these are? Thank you.