Xkill is a utility for forcing the X server to close connections to clients.

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launch xkill from icon?

While alt-F2 will allow me to launch xkill, how do I add an icon for that in the dock? I'm not using the Gnome panel. Using Ubuntu unity, 15.10, wily
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I accidentally used xkill on my desktop - how can I get it back?

I ran xkill to force quit Chrome, and I clicked my desktop. The icons disappeared. Is there a command that will get them back? I'd rather not restart. I'm using GNOME and GDM.
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xkill-ed my desktop

I was doing xkill In a terminal window to close a non responsive program but clicked my Desktop instead of my program now all the icons and everything are gone, and restarting didn't fix it. What ...
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can't `xkill` a “Loading…” bubble/growlbox

I have no idea what program caused this "Loading..." growl notification / bubble / shoutbox / popup but it is still there outside of the web browser. (Even though it looks like a Javascript / web-...
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Similar to xkill for mir

xkill is a command I almost use everyday. That's because my PC is quite crappy [a 10' chilli GREEN netbook NEO XP made in Holland (even if I'm in Greece), with 1 GB ram memory and 2 Intel Atom cores ...
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Adding a xkill icon in gnome-shell's dock

First of all, sorry for my English. I'm trying to add an icon in the gnome-shell's dock (with Ubuntu 13.04 and 13.10) for the command line app xkill, but it doesn't work, since it is a terminal ...
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How to restart alt+f2 dialog in kde after xkill?

The dialog that appears when I press Alt+F2 froze (what is it called? minicli?), I then proceeded to kill it by clicking it after running the command xkill, this was the message: xkill: killing ...