As stated above, is there a command to open system monitor? Using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
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
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 ...
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?
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 ...