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Old 04-20-2006, 09:12 AM   #1
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Gnome System Tray Show Program Running in Memory help


I accidentally deleted the little applet on the Gnome panel that shows programs running in memory. For example, Azureus . . . I right clicked on the panel and can't seem to locate an applet that will show programs running in memory...

I want to be able to close Azureus and have a litte icon on the panel. As it is, I can close Azureus and it dissapears but is still running in memory...

How do i do this?

Thanks for any help...

Old 04-20-2006, 08:21 PM   #2
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I think you want to add the "System Notification" applet to the panel.

Right-click on the panel to choose to add something, scroll down till you see this as a choice.

You could also kill azureus by running top from a terminal.
Type "k" and the process number associated with the app you want to kill and hit enter twice.



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