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I have installed in my debian distro the deepin system monitor and, when i open it the graphical way, it works! Is there a command to open the monitor from the terminal?

I want to do this so i can asign a keyboard shortcut to it.

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  • What does command -v deepin-system-monitor say? Apr 27 '20 at 15:34
  • @ArkadiuszDrabczyk this: /usr/bin/deepin-system-monitor
    – jogarcia
    Apr 27 '20 at 15:48
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You can start the deepin system monitor from your terminal directly by -

/usr/bin/deepin-system-monitor 
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deepin-system-monitor.desktop shows the following Exec= line:

Exec=deepin-system-monitor

README.md also mentions:

./deepin-system-monitor

What means that after installing deepin-system-monitor you can start it simply:

deepin-system-monitor

You don't have to use ./ at the beginning because it's already in your $PATH as confirmed by command -v deepin-system-monitor.

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