mate-system-monitor (1) - Linux Man Pages
NAMEmate-system-monitor - view and control processes
The mate-system-monitor allows you to view and control the processes running on your system. You can access detailed memory maps, send signals, and terminate the processes.
In addition, the mate-system-monitor provides an overall view of the resource usage on your system, including memory and CPU allocation, as well as network usage. It also allows you to view file system information such as Device, Type, Mountpoints, and Disk Usage.
OPTIONSThis program accepts all the standard MATE and GTK+ options, which follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes ('-'). In addition to those standard MATE options, the mate-system-monitor accepts the following options:
- -s, --show-system-tab
- Show the System tab.
- -?, -h, --help
- Print standard command line options.
Should you encounter any bugs, they may be reported at:http://github.com/mate-desktop/mate-system-monitor/issues
The MATE System Monitor (mate-system-monitor) is maintained by The MATE developers:
Perberos <perberos [at] gmail.com> Stefano Karapetsas <stefano [at] karapetsas.com> Steve Zesch <stevezesch2 [at] gmail.com>
This Man Page has been updated/re-written for the MATE Desktop Environment by:Adam Erdman <hekel [at] archlinux.info> (2014)
The gnome-system-monitor was written by:Kevin Vandersloot, Erik Johnsson, Jorgen Scheibengruber, Benoît Dejean, Paolo Borelli & Karl Lattimer.
This manual page was originally written by Colin Walters <walters [at] debian.org> for the Debian system.
LICENSEPermission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.1 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts and no Back-Cover Texts.
MATE System Monitor documentation can be found from the Help menu, or by pressing the F1 key.Further information may also be available at: http://wiki.mate-desktop.org/docs
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