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Subject: Re: [aclug-L] netscape
From: Steven Saner <ssaner@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 20:29:44 -0500
Reply-to: aclug-L@xxxxxxxxxxxx

You can send any process a SIGKILL signal to make it die. Type:

kill -KILL <pid>   or
kill -9 <pid>

SIGKILL is one of two signals that a process can not ignore or catch
and process differently than default. Therefore it will kill anything.

On Fri, May 21, 1999 at 08:22:13AM -0500, phrostie wrote:
> everyonce in a great while my netscape goes runaway.
> it locks up, then won't die.
> i run top to get the PID
> then do kill "PID#"
> but it won't die.
> it does not happen very often,
> but i would like to know how to kill it,
> with out rebooting.
> --
> phrostie@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Oh I've slipped the surly bonds of dos
> and danced the skies on LINUX silvered wings.

Steven Saner                            SouthWind Internet Access, Inc.
ssaner@xxxxxxxxxxxxx                    Junior Systems Administrator       support@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
                                        263-7963 Wichita  (800)525-7963

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