[Cbsupport] Not quite as ALMOST THERE as I thought. - A quick guide to ps, kill and man
dlloyd at microbits.com.au
Thu May 8 08:33:02 UTC 2003
> I think the best way is to run the command "top" which displays the
> main resource hogs and gives you a really good idea of what is going
> on with the system. you can then type "k" and the process number to
> kill the application. If it is still being recalcitrant, then a good
> "k -9 <process number>" should work wonders.
For the command line challenged try:
1) Open up the "K Menu"
- at the bottom left of the screen by default
2) Select "run"
3) Run "ksysguard"
- i.e. type that in the run dialog
..also ONLY if you are running KDE you can normally press:
* ctrl + alt + delete
..and you get a graphical top.
Microbits Linux Technician
08 8362 9220
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