How to Kill Linux Processes/Unresponsive Applications Using xkill CommandMay 31, 2015, 14:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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How do we kill a resource/process in Linux? Obviously we find the PID of the resource and then pass the PID to the kill command. xkill utility forces X server to close communications to its client which results into killing of client by its X resource. xkill which is a part of X11 utilities is very handy in killing unnecessary windows.
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