I know that this may sound like a stupid question, but for the sake of curiosity, would it be safe to kill the
gnome-system-monitor process from inside the system monitor program?
I've asked this because today I opened up the
gnome-system-monitor program and saw the
gnome-system-monitor process listed under the "processes" tab, and of course the system monitor program also allows you to end and / or kill processes, so I was wondering if you killed the
gnome-system-monitor from inside the system monitor program what would happen?
I did not test this in fear that something might go wrong, but if something did go wrong, how bad would it be?
Would we be dealing with a complete system failure or just a simple crash?