killall - sends a signal to all processes running any of the specified commands.

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Display PID(Process id) on application title bar

I am using eclipse IDE for application development. Some times this IDE will not respond and I need to kill this by opening gnome-system-monitor and pressing End process button. I know that we can ...
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starting and killing evince process in a loop

I have certain PDF files. I want to inspect each of them for 20 seconds. The way I was trying to do that is like following: for file in *.pdf; do echo $file; evince $file; sleep 20s; killall evince; ...
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Change Gsetting with script on Logout

System : Ubuntu Raring Ringtail (13.04) from fresh installation. Purpose : Main : Change gsetting (desktop wallpaper) with script on user logout. What's I've Done : (carefully read) I try to stop ...
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killall doesn't kill all and rarely kills, what is the command for then?

I occasionally use the killall command to kill processes. The reason why I say ocassionally is that in some cases it hasn't worked for me. A recent example was with thunderbird where there were about ...