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TL;DR The standard way to quit htop is F10 or q. Therefore if you can't use F10, use q (lowercase).
You always can have the interupt signal keys Ctrl+c. Basically Ctrl+c sends the SIGINT (interrupt) signal, ; by default, this causes the process to terminate. Just like top, htop can be quit by pressing Q. SIGINT The SIGINT signal is sent to a process by its controlling terminal when a user wishes to interrupt the process. This is typically ...
Install xsel either through the above link or through the terminal: sudo apt-get install xsel To copy the output of a command use: *command* | xsel -ib An example: $ drush uli | xsel -ib You can make it simpler by editing (create it if you don't already have it with touch ~/.bash_aliases) your ~/.bash_aliases file. Add this line to it: alias clipboard ...
I use xclip. Example: bashscript.sh | xclip -sel clip
You can use xsel in just that way: xsel -i -b >/dev/null Option -i (--input) makes it read input from standard input Option -b (--clipboard) makes it use the clipboard buffer instead the selection or one of the less commonly further buffers. >/dev/null is hiding some annoying error message - not shure that can occur with these options set. So, ...
If you are using gnome-terminal, yes, you can disable that the F10 key opens the menu: Open gnome-terminal's menu with F10 or with the mouse, select Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts, then uncheck "Enable the menu shortcut key (F10 by default)".
This sounds like a messed up installation that is hard to fix. Easier would be to install again with a live-usb/cd install. You can use a tool like Universal USB Installer to create a bootable USB stick or burn the image to a CD. wubi doesn't work very well in some cases so starting the live system and install will be much easier.
Open the GNOME extension page Window List by fmuellner in Firefox. In use the slider to activate the extension The extension is available for GNOME 3.0 ... 3.16 I have only a single monitor setup, therefore I can't check, if it's possible to have multiple bars.
All sorts of other options apart from q. Open another terminal and kill it from there. Kill it from the System Monitor task list. Close the terminal window. These assume a desktop environment. Also for servers... Ctrl-Alt-F1 (or F6/F7) and log in again to kill. Connect again (Telnet/SSH) and kill. And finally - it is open source, patch it.
Found this solution to create script for restart multitouch mod after resume: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=1484947#p1484947 and its work for me!
Try to copy the icon theme to: usr/share/icons where folder (and subfolders) have these permissions:
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