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Is there a command to open system monitor?

As stated above, is there a command to open system monitor? Using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
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1answer
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How can I set hotkeys?

How can I set the hotkey ctrl+shift+esc like it is in windows, to the system moniter, or any other programs for that matter
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3answers
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making “gnome-system-monitor” a custom shortcut “ctrl+alt+del” like windows “Task Manager” isn't working

I went to "System Settings", "keyboard", "shortcuts", "custom shortcuts", I added a custom shortcut and called it "task manager" in the "command line:" I typed "gnome-system-monitor", and I gave it ...
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4answers
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What is the equivalent of 'Control-Alt-Delete'?

On Windows anytime the system hangs Ctrl-Alt-Del brings up the Start Up Manager, from which you can end the program or process causing the hang. Is there any command like this on Ubuntu?
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Problem with defining own shortcut

I'd like to have a shortcut to the system monitor like it's in Windows with CTRL + Shift + Escape. I read through internet and did it like it's written, but it's not working. Does anybody know why ...