Linux 101: How to use the kill and killall commands

Jack Wallen shows you the basic difference between two commands that end with the same results … closing unresponsive applications. It’s a rare occasion that a Linux application will run astray, but it does happen. This most often happens with user-facing apps, such as browsers, office suites and the like.

Link: Linux 101: How to use the kill and killall commands
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