I got two warnings in Automatic Bug Reporting Tool as followsGnome-system-monitor-crashgnome-system-monitor-2.28.0-7.e16Reasonprocess/usr/bin/gnome-system-... [by sangeeta]
on 07/01/2012 – Made popular on 07/01/2012
Some time ago, I reinstalled Ubuntu, like I did a lot of time before.
Since then, Gnome System Monitor and System Information (and any other graphical tool I tried, for that matter) show only 5,7 GiB of my 8GB RAM installed.
I have installed the 64bit version and did never have this problem on a previous install.
I found some questions with similar issues, but none of the answers seem to apply to
Somehow I managed to set the update interval to 0 in the system monitor tool config dialog. Now the tool "hangs" when I try to change configuration. It seems appropriate to just wipe the config file. But where is it?
Extra question: using the German UI, I always have trouble figuring out the actual name of s.th popping up with a German name on my screen.
I'm using the command "top" to see how much memory the system is using (ram). Now, when I go to the desktop and run the system monitor tool that comes by default with the OS, it shows lot less memory usage then "top".
Top shows I'm using 1.7GB memory while the system monitor tool shows I'm using 560MB...