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Description of problem:
cant view all processes in gnome system-monitor.
if i click on "view" everything is greyed out. even as root i cant view all processes. why?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install f9 preview
2. start gnome-system-monitor
3. switch to tab processes
4. click on view
i cant view all processes
i want to view all processes
Changing version to '9' as part of upcoming Fedora 9 GA.
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You must click on some process in processes window them the View menu will allow
you to choose your view.
I think this is still a bug
Processes by other users don't show up. Even as root, only root
shows up, so it seems impossible to view the total cpu usage
across the machine.
As user 'd' I can get some root process to show, but not
processes run as user 'h' where h is not a login account.
As root I'd like the possibility of showing all memory and all cpu
use regardless of user id. top(1) shows it all, I'd like
a graphical display...
I still see this bug in F10. Can't change the view without selecting a process.
This appears to be an upstream unconfirmed bug in gnome bugzilla:
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