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32970

Re: how to killall chromium

... I'd never heard of pkill before. I'll have to remember that one...
Michael
Mar 25
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32969

Re: how to killall chromium

On 03/25/2017 01:00 AM, 'highskywhy@...' highskywhy@... ... I would try ps ax | grep 'chromium' and kill -9 the process number, but I'm sure that
Michael
Mar 25
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32968

Re: how to killall chromium

... Using kill has to be used with the PID (Process ID) of the task. The same for kill -9. To use the name of the process you use pkill, for example, pkill
Scott
Mar 25
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32967

how to killall chromium

hello stupid question again from sophie how to kill a task you cannot say killall -9 vivaldi but u must say killall -9 vivaldi-bin how to kill chromium?
highskywhy@...
Mar 24
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32966

Re: rm -f

... That should of course read "it does _not_ allow you to remove". Sorry. Cheers, Cameron Simpson
Cameron Simpson
Mar 24
#32966
 
32965

Re: rm -f

... As others are pointing out, something is preventing removal and lsof etc may help you there, eg: lsof /path/to/the/file You will probably need to be root
Cameron Simpson
Mar 24
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32964

Re: rm -f

On Fri, Mar 24, 2017 at 2:44 PM, Scott scottro@... ... lsof is also your friend: bladernr@galactica:/tmp$ tail -f testfile & [1] 7731
J
Mar 24
#32964
 
32963

Re: rm -f

... Then you have to figure out what is using it and temporarily stop the process. ps -aux|grep -i htm might help. But that sounds like a Windows, not Linux,
Scott
Mar 24
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32962

Re: rm -f

... Correct, as long as you're careful. -- Scott Robbins PGP keyID EB3467D6 ( 1B48 077D 66F6 9DB0 FDC2 A409 FA54 EB34 67D6 ) gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu
Scott
Mar 24
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32961

Re: rm -f

the problem is NOT system files we wanna delete in win and libnux HTM files. RM brings the message: file is in use regards
highskywhy@...
Mar 24
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32960

Re: rm -f

Thank You so with a little concentration---> no problem? regards and rm -ff Sophie
highskywhy@...
Mar 24
#32960
 
32959

Re: Correct file path in a browser

On 03/24/2017 12:07 PM, Stan Gorodenski stanlep@... ... I've also been known for Top Posting. I've been yelled at far more times than I can count.
Michael
Mar 24
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32958

Re: Correct file path in a browser

Thanks, Scott. Centos was suggested by one person I know, but I went with Ubuntu. Maybe Centos would have been better, but now that I am in Ubuntu I'll stick
Stan Gorodenski
Mar 24
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32957

Re: Correct file path in a browser

Michael, Yes, I reboot each time I make a change. Also, since I am in the learning stage, I should have used a simple password since it keeps asking for it
Stan Gorodenski
Mar 24
#32957
 
32956

Re: Correct file path in a browser

... If it's inline, it doesn't matter too much about length. (Though trimming is also good). For ... No, it IS better to state what you've tried. (There's a
Scott
Mar 24
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