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Yes it is, but note that regular users don't have permission to read /var/log/messages and /var/log/secure. sudo watch tail /var/log/messages worked fine here when I tried.


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You could try killall pleeease to kill all instances of pleeease; it will tell you when it couldn't find any. ps -A | grep pleeease to filter the output of ps for the process you're looking for, then use kill with the process ID. pgrep pleeease as a variation of 2. to just get the PID(s) instead of the complete ps line (which may make it hard to ...



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