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  1. #1

    Midori tips and tricks

    I just purchased a Thin Client tablet that has Midori Linux on it. Does anyone know keyboard shortcuts, andy Xterminal commands. How do I find what each PIS is when I need to "kill" a program if it locks? I know nothing about midori and can use all the help in the world. Thanks a bunch!

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    Correction to the above......I Need to find what the PID is, not the PIS lol.

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    Jul 2004
    Well, to find the PID of a process you can use combination of the following two commands:
    ps aux | grep name_of_you_program
    The first one dumps all programs with their pids and additional info andthe second scans the list to find name_of_your_program. The trick is that also lists itself as it also contains name_of_your_program.
    The PIDs are listed in the second column.

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