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gnome-system-monitor applet -- can't see or or change the views


In F9 I find that all the view options ´╗┐of gnome-system-monitor applet
other than Memory Maps and Open Files are greyed out -- and those do
nothing discernible.  I can no longer choose All processes, Active
processes or My processes.

The processes reflected in the main window are only the processes of the
logged in (or effective) user.  I now have to sudo gnome-system-monitor
to see root processes etc.

I leave gnome-system-monitor on all the time.  I have it running on the
upper left corner of my top panel.  A quick glance up tells me what is
going on and using the applet is faster than ]$ ps -aux for just a
checking the existence of a process.

Is this restriction to user processes only, deliberate, or is there
something I have to configure, or is it a bug?
Regards Bill;
Fedora 9, Gnome 2.22.2
Evo.2.22.2, Emacs 22.2.1

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