fkill – Interactively Kill Processes in Linux

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Aaron Kili

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13 Responses

  1. xzj8b3 76 says:

    But if I want to get out of Fkill deciding not to terminate processes??? I’m missing key

  2. Jim says:

    How is fkill better than pkill?

    • Aaron Kili says:

      @Jim

      It allows you to kill processes interactively, you can get a full list of processes, and use UP or Down arrow keys to select processes, then press enter to kill a process.

  3. Jo says:

    Easy alternative using fzf (does not require nodejs).

    # ps -eaf | fzf | awk '{print $2}' | xargs kill
    
  4. ʟ·ɪɴᴀᴅᴀᴩᴛé says:

    Just PERFECT!

    Also on ArchLinux/Manjaro in AUR repositories:

    # yaourt -S fkill
    

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