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accepted How can I kill a job that was initiated in another shell (terminal window or tab)?
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comment How can I kill a job that was initiated in another shell (terminal window or tab)?
awesome! +1 just for that! thanks
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comment How can I kill a job that was initiated in another shell (terminal window or tab)?
thanks for your answer but top does not appear to show all the specific processes running in the shell (e.g., it doesn't show ping). It does give me a PID for the terminal emulator but that kills the terminal emulator as you would expect.
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