Details for testcase: Lxtask



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ID1510
TitleLxtask
LinkNo link provided
Part of testsuitesLubuntu Applications

RevisionWritten on the 2015-08-19 13:45 by nskaggs
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Click on Menu --> System Tools --> Task Manager.
Task Manager session starts.
Click on More Details.
Additional information should appear. You may have to resize the window.
Click View and select Show root tasks.
Root tasks should now appear.
Click View and select Show other tasks.
Other tasks should now appear (e.g. whoopsie).
Click View and unselect Show memory used by cache as free.
Reported memory usage should increase.
To check the readings against system, launch LxTerminal (Menu -->System Tools --> LxTerminal) and issue the command top. Please note that top reports in Kib, so there is a factor 1.024 difference between kB and Kib.
A listing of running processes will appear in the terminal window. If this does not happen, see the test for LxTerminal to file a bug against it .
Click on the title bar Command.
The sort order should be changed in alpha-numeric sort order on each click.
Repeat with user, RSS, VMSize, PID, State, Prio and PPID.
The sort order is changed each time.
Launch LxTerminal (Menu --> Accessories --> LxTerminal).
LxTerminal Launches. If LxTerminal does NOT start, see the test for LxTerminal to file a bug against it.
Type in top and press Enter.
A listing of running processes will appear in the terminal window. If this does not happen, see the test for LxTerminal to file a bug against it .
Click on the title bar Command in order to sort by command name and look through the listing for top, once found right click on it.
A menu offering options should appear.
Select Kill
A window will appear asking to confirm.
Click on Yes.
Process top no longer appears as a running task. (It will also not be seen running in the LxTerminal window).


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RevisionWritten on the 2014-09-29 15:54 by elfy
RevisionWritten on the 2013-03-28 16:34 by nskaggs
RevisionWritten on the 2013-03-28 15:36 by nskaggs
RevisionWritten on the 2013-03-25 12:21 by nskaggs