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Life apprentice... FLOSS adherent. Generally walking for an open world.


Nov
15
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
12
accepted How to xkill an application by its id?
Nov
12
comment How to xkill an application by its id?
Thanks for this fine asnwer. That's exatcly what I wanted. I did not know xdotool existed and I do prefer it too :) However the xkill command you gave is going to be very handy.
Nov
12
comment How to xkill an application by its id?
Thanks for the response. Well, I know how to spot a process and kill it. That's not a problem. In my question I specified that I need to separate the running app from X Server using xkill command.
Nov
12
comment How to xkill an application by its id?
That's exactly what I want. I just want to separate the app from X server.
Nov
11
comment How to xkill an application by its id?
Thanks for the answer, yet, that's not what I am looking for. Killall will kill all processes related to a resource application. Sure; i can grep a resource pid using: ps -A | grep gedit
Nov
11
revised How to xkill an application by its id?
clarification
Nov
11
revised How to xkill an application by its id?
corrected the issues command
Nov
11
comment How to xkill an application by its id?
Not really. I want to achieve the same behavior as ALT+F4
Nov
11
asked How to xkill an application by its id?
Nov
8
comment How to modify the default position of desktop icons
@ObsessiveSSOℲ No problem. You're welcome. I'd apply this in future questions/answers. Thanks.
Nov
6
accepted How to modify the default position of desktop icons
Nov
6
suggested suggested edit on How to modify the default position of desktop icons
Nov
6
comment How to modify the default position of desktop icons
This is not what I needed. I already operated this way. Anyway, I am editing your answer and approving it.
Oct
29
awarded  Famous Question
Oct
28
comment Problem connecting with USB 3G Viettel in 12.04
The answer below is likely the correct workaround, but to make sure. Could you type this commnd in terminal 15 seconds after you plug in your usb modem: lsusb and give us the output.
Oct
28
revised How to add “Open terminal here” to Nautilus' context menu?
added another command
Oct
28
suggested suggested edit on How to add “Open terminal here” to Nautilus' context menu?
Oct
28
comment How to add “Open terminal here” to Nautilus' context menu?
I really don't understand the question. Could you reformulate and explain it differently?
Oct
28
revised Google online account is always asking for access grant
corrected the question formulation.