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Authored by: sharumpe on May 08, '01 02:36:34AM
I haven't tried this, but if there are processes that show up, you should be able to kill them from the command line without having to kill Classic itself. Do this:
fstat | grep whateve
Look at the third column - it is a number. Type this:
kill -9 thatnumber
For example:
fstat | grep Outlaw
Returns:
bob      Outlaw         824   wd        2 drwxr-xr-x     1520 r   /
So we use 824 and type:
kill -9 824
Do this for each process that contains Outlaw, and you didn't have to kill Classic. Mr. Sharumpe

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