I had several instances of Firefox running, which I suspended. I think I used 'the GUI' (KDE's System Activity), which I think is the same as
kill -19. Normally this works fine - I can resume the processes graphically or from terminal. This time, I was trying to fix an X problem, so I restarted X. Got my desktop back, I can still see the suspended processes, but am not sure how to resume them.
In System Activity they no longer have window titles. I tried resuming one (of three), and it .. disappeared ('realized' X had quit?). When I try to start Firefox with one of the suspended profiles, it gives me the 'already running' message. The suspended processes are still taking up memory.
Is there a way to recover my FFox sessions the way they were? Or is my only choice to resume them and let them die, then start again?
Using up to date (K)Ubuntu 12.04, KDE4