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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).


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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 ...


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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 ...


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I use xclip. Example: bashscript.sh | xclip -sel clip


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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, ...


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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)".


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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!


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Try to copy the icon theme to: usr/share/icons where folder (and subfolders) have these permissions:



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