Equivalent of Windows XP's Task Manager?
If you press Ctrl+Alt+Del when running Windows XP, the Task Manager comes up. This is a really neat utility that lists the running processes, how much RAM each process is using, how much CPU time each process is using, the page faults for each process, and alot more. When something suddenly starts doing something, I always bring up the task manager to see what's going on.
Well sometimes something in Linux does something weird and I'd really like to see what each process is doing, but I know of no way to. "ps -e" lists running processes, but with no information on them, and my distro (Yoper, comes with KDE) appears to have no utilities that are like TaskMan.
Is there a terminal command for what I want, or a program to download?