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Can someone please tell me how to change a processes priority class from the command line. I am running Fedora Core 2 with twinview enabled on an Nvidia FX vid card. When watching DVD's on my TV and surfing the net on the other screen I get a slight skip every so often.
thanks a lot for the quick response... I have a few more quesitons though...
I'm trying to change the Priority class for gmplayer. When I grep for it using [ps -ef | grep gmplayer] I get 7638 as my PID. How would I enter that so to speak, in nice in order to change the Priority to say... -10?