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how to close a window using shell?

Discussion in 'Shell Script' started by sarosh, Aug 28, 2010.

  1. sarosh

    sarosh New Member

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    hi,
    suppose i have many windows open like two image files, a terminal , a firefox. and using command line i want to exit specifically 1 of these.. how can i do this?
    is there any shell command to do this?
    thanx...
    i am waiting for reply. its urgent!
    m using ubuntu 9.04
     
  2. Prakhar14

    Prakhar14 New Member

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    To exit from command line, first you should type jobs
    This command will give you the active jobs in window. The first field represents Job ID.
    Now, to terminate a command type;
    kill %ID
    ID represent Job ID.
     

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