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The following command will terminate all inactive screens: perl -e 'while (map { kill 9, [split /\./]->[0] } grep { /Detached/ } split /\n/, qx{screen -ls}) { sleep 1 } exec qw(screen -wipe)'


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Improving @Gilles' answer by providing a "find and replace" approach for existing scripts: Add this snippet at the beginning of your code: declare -a timeout_pids exec 21>&1; exec 22>&2 # backup file descriptors, see https://superuser.com/a/1446738/187576 my_timeout(){ local args tp ret args="$@" timeout $args & tp=$! ...


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run yum remove httpd yum erase httpd httpd-tools apr apr-util


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