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Using the command below: ps u -u $USER | awk '/xrdp/ && ! /awk / {system("kill "$2)}' Replace $USER with an other username if the process is running with a different user than you Replace xrdp with your process name


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ps aux | grep <user> | grep -i x11rdp will give you the process id in the second column of the line that's not your grep. You can then kill -9 <pid>



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