Re: about killing a process
notbob <notbob@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
On 2006-07-10, chuckcar <chuck@xxxxxxx> wrote:
You can kill a zombie task by killing it's parent (man that *still*
sounds wierd to me ;-)
Find its parent and PID with:
Or add the fields to top - more visual that way, not that that is the
"best way *nix is used...
(setq (chuck nil) car(chuck) )
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