__/ [Chris F.A. Johnson] on Wednesday 01 February 2006 15:21 \__
> On 2006-02-01, Anton81 wrote:
>> I have scripts where I start command in the background and want to kill
>> them later. I don't manage to kill them. What's a possible way?
>> Something like:
>> nedit file.txt &
>> kill <thatjob>
> nedit file.txt &
> kill "$thatjob"
Or... nedit file.txt & killall -HUP nedit, assuming you have just one
instance of that program. Why would you ever want to kill nedit? It's a good
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