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Have you tried the pkill option? pkill will send the specified signal (by default SIGTERM) to each process instead of listing them on stdout and will instantly kill any process matching the specified process name unless the process is performing a syscall. Here, try this pkill -9 java Will attempt to instantly shutdow all processes with the name matching ...
Try this command to get all the Java processes ps -aux |grep java| cut -c10-15 and then kill them using kill -9 process id from the above command Now find out what is the culprit program. Before installing anything - try to go thru the release notes. You need to uninstall it and also delete the directories created by this culprit program. If you ...
Aliases are not available to the GUI shortcut tools. They don't read .bashrc, for one thing and the don't run the normal bash shell anyway. Aliases only work on the command line. So, instead of using the alias, just make a shortcut that launches a shell and runs the command itself: bash -c "~/ums.rb > note.txt && gedit note.txt && rm ...
Most likely you will need to be root to do something in /etc/.... Try sudo ln -s /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt /etc/pki/tls/certs/ca-bundle.crt
OP solved own problem (see comment) by installing vim-gnome: Just want to confirm that I removed vim installed vim-gnome and executed vim --version | grep -i ruby and it returned +ruby so I am good to go.
On Ubuntu 14.04 you can install ruby2.0 package. Currently the package offers version 2.0.0p384 (eventually the package might offer Ruby 2.1 or newer). This is the simples way how to install ruby binaries: sudo apt install ruby2.0 Then you'll have binaries ruby2.0 and gem2.0. For replacing default ruby 1.9 by 2.0 you can do following (NOTE: you might ...
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