Close Linux Apps with “xkill”

Posted: 11 Μαρτίου 2018 in Βοηθήματα
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Another option you can employ is xkill. This is preinstalled in Ubuntu, but you can install it via the Terminal (which you can open with CTRL + ALT + T) if necessary. When called, xkill will enable you to close any desktop app. Install it with the following command:

sudo apt-get install xorg-xkill

Once this is done, run xkill by simply typing

xkill

Your mouse pointer will then display a cross (or a skull), and all you need to do is left-click on the offending application.

If it’s not possible to close your unresponsive app with any of these desktop-focused methods, the solution might be the command line…

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