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My IDE keeps crashing instantly: How do I diagnose?

I am using Aptana, Java-based IDE. Starting today, it is crashing suddenly every few minutes. This may have to do with the fact that I recently upgraded to Xubuntu 14.04. There is no error message. ...
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Accessing a process after closing the consol

Basically I am using Ubuntu to run a minecraft server via a VPS and I’m using putty to control it. once I have started my server and everything is running, I’m in control of the server console, just ...
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Java process stays open

I like playing Minecraft but after I close Minecraft, the java process stays on and I need to go into the system monitor to kill it or else there will be a lot of java processes on slowing down my ...
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Why doesn't ps -al display my java programs?

I don't understand why ps -al or sudo ps -al won't display for instance my java processes. If I do ps -al then I don't see for example my java jobs but I see them when I do the (strange and ...
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Java Process Stops Suddenly

This is something I couldn't find a solution at all and quite weird. I have Java process that is started by Openbox. This has been working for about an year and now after some unspecified time Java ...
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java uses 100% CPU and cannot be stopped

I've encountered that the java-process is started without any reasing (while no java-application should be run) and after a while uses 100% of the CPU (AMD Phenom II X4) I kill it with the gnome ...
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How to start and kill the procedure?

I have some runnable-jar files. I want to run them at regular intervals and also kill those processes after some time. I am a newbie when it comes to Ubuntu or linux in general. Can anybody suggest me ...
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651 views

Java process hangs after exiting Eclipse

On my machine whenever I work with Eclipse (on Suns JDK), the java process does not terminate after I exit Eclipse. Therefore after working on several projects over the day, I sometimes need to kill ...
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How can I find out, which jar-files java is currently running (and their PIDs)?

I have a .jar file which is notorious for malfunctions. When a malfunction occurs, only a restart helps. I have a way to detect that malfunctions (reading the log-file of said .jar) So I want to write ...