[aclug-L] script to kill
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is there a way to grep out the pid of a process via bash script?
basically what i want to do is write a script to start a program, BUT
at the beginning of the script kill any current processes of that
program. is there a simple way to do this? is there a program or
script that will return only the PID of a process when given the name
of the program?
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