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Questions about the various ways jobs can be controlled by the shell: suspending, resuming, terminating execution etc.

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Open new Terminal, then type top in your Terminal. You'll see the list of process running, like in the following image You can see the grep process id here. then press q. It'll come back to termina …
answered Dec 7 '12 by arthankamal
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If you type top in the another terminal window, it'll list the all the process running. Note the process id of your job there, Then press q to leave that screen. Then kill the process as usual.
answered Dec 11 '12 by arthankamal