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How do I get Gnome System Monitor app to display in kbps?

Postby Alex01UK » Thu Jul 25, 2013 9:46 am

Hi all, I run 64bit Ubuntu Studio 13.o4 with the Gnome 3 desktop. Since 13.o4 came out, the Gnome System Monitor util doesn't have the info tab, which displays the OS version etc, and there seems to be no option to change the settings. I'd like the network throughput to be displayed in kbps not kbytes/sec as I can think in kbps easily. Same way in that I can do 24 clock time but I can't think in 24 hours and have to convert it. aha, tia.

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