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I love solving problems.


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asked how to swap ctrl and capslock using xmodmap?
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Oct
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answered Terminal editor with “project pane”
Mar
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accepted kill a group of processes with negative PID
Mar
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comment kill a group of processes with negative PID
pkill -TERM -g PGRP, this works perfectly in my case.
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Mar
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comment kill a group of processes with negative PID
it says /bin/kill: -23958: No such process.
Mar
22
comment kill a group of processes with negative PID
I thought about that. And I tried /bin/kill, it didn't help.
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Mar
22
comment kill a group of processes with negative PID
linux.die.net/man/1/kill, as described in here, useng a negative PID is the standard way to kill a group of processes. I tried it arch linux, it worked perfectly.
Mar
22
comment kill a group of processes with negative PID
kill -TERM PID, this only kill the process PID not its child processes.
Mar
22
asked kill a group of processes with negative PID
Mar
7
answered samba: files written to public share belong to nobody
Mar
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asked samba: files written to public share belong to nobody
Feb
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comment Third cron field doesn't seem to work (job runs when I don't want it to)
ahh. I just found this in man 5 crontab. Note: The day of a command's execution can be specified in the following two fields — 'day of month', and 'day of week'. If both fields are restricted (i.e., do not contain the "*" character), the command will be run when either field matches the current time. For example, "30 4 1,15 * 5" would cause a command to be run at 4:30 am on the 1st and 15th of each month, plus every Friday.
Feb
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accepted Third cron field doesn't seem to work (job runs when I don't want it to)