Re: is there a GUI task process viewing window in RH Linux
From: Michael Heiming (michael+USENET_at_www.heiming.de)
Date: Mon, 19 Jul 2004 19:41:54 -0000
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In linux.redhat gino <email@example.com> suggested:
> Hi folks,
> I am using RH Linux 9.0 KDE 3.1. Some of my processes got dead. (seems now
You did apply all patches? Anyway you need to plan on updating,
RH 9 is already outdated since a few month.
> Linux becomes more and more like Windoz, need to reboot from time to time...
Just that your system isn't configured probably and you are
running some crappy prog isn't Linux fault, there's no reboot
Edit /etc/security/limits.conf to your needs.
> Any way, the processes got dead and they occupies my 99% CPU. I am wondering
> if there is a GUI based process viewer like those in Windows that can let me
> see which program is using the largest CPU portion and let me kill that
> specific process?
KDE has ksysguard, and as others mentioned 'top' does a great job
from some xterm/kvt.
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