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You can add a custom keyboard command using the following steps: Go to System Settings Click Keyboard Open the Shortcuts tab Click the "+" symbol near the bottom of the window Give your command a title. E.g. System Monitor In the Command field, enter gnome-system-monitor Click Apply Click Disabled on your newly created shortcut Enter the key combination ...
If you don’t want to see “Google Chrome didn't shut down correctly. To repoen ...”, then it is important to signal only the root of the chrome process tree, like so: pkill --oldest chrome See full explanation. wmctrl -c (great program) only works with some window managers like Unity, and it only closes one window at a time so you would need a loop.
Generally pidof(8) and in more complicated cases pgrep(1) are excellent tools to find the ID of some processes. If you want to find all children of a particular process, you need to dig through the /proc file system yourself. Let's assume you're looking for the children of process 2345: for PROCSTAT in /proc/[0-9]*/stat; do read -r PID PROCNAME STATUS ...
What Redshift does is to set the colour temperature of your screen from 6500 (normal color temperature) to 3700 ("night" setting for Redshift). What probably happened is that you removed the application while your screen was set to 3700. By removing Redshift, it was left in that state. What you need to do You have two options: Try to set the colour ...
If you don’t want to see “Google Chrome didn't shut down correctly. To repoen ...”, then it is important to signal only the root of the chrome process tree, like so: pkill --oldest chrome See full explanation.
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