Is it possible to force task bar to ignore (not to display) some tasks
(applications), e.g. gkrellm?
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Hi, I am new to Linux. I am using Slackware 2.3.0, and have successfully
installed it and am having a ball with disk sets A, AP and D. I had a
glitch the other day when searching tar archives looking for a specific
file. I would CTRL-C to quit searching when it was obvious that I was
looking at the wrong floppy. Then tar got hung up and froze, when I
flipped over to another console I noticed that the state of the task
reported by the top command indicated a 'D', which I learned as
"un-interruptable sleep". I could not kill this task, and bogged the system
down by consuming CPU time. Was I a contributor to this problem?
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12. FVWM95 Task Bar
13. Task Bar.