Hmm. Unity hung on Ubuntu and I can't figure out how to kill it. I'd usually use
ps -aux | grep Unity
and then kill the listed process, but there are at least a dozen of them. Is there any other way to do this?
#unity #unity3d #ubuntu
Wow! I think I found the offending process, but kill doesn't kill it! (It quietly does nothing.) Same story for killall and System Monitor.
Hard reboot incoming!
You can try specifying the signal to send (man signal), e.g.,
kill -s KILL
Also, use the "f" option in ps to show processes as a tree to ID the parent process, e.g.,
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