How to get a specific PID #

Amichai Rotman amichai at iglu.org.il
Wed Dec 30 20:20:28 UTC 2015


Just use the 't' key to switch htop to 'tree mode'.

Amichai
On Dec 30, 2015 3:48 PM, "Ralf Mardorf" <silver.bullet at zoho.com> wrote:

> On Wed, 30 Dec 2015 12:09:39 +0100, I wrote:
> >>xkill
> >
> >If the OP wants to know what PID belongs to what window, then wmctrl is
> >the way to go. There are exceptions, when wmctrl does not provide the
> >PID, but usually it does provide it. However, I doubt that xkill would
> >work, if a program doesn't provide a real window anymore, but wmctrl
> >usually allows to at least determine the PID of the instances that
> >still work as expected, so the OP just needs to kill the remaining PID
> >by htop, kill or another command line tool.
>
> Assumed somebody wants to know an exceptional case when wmctrl doesn't
> show the PID:
>
>
> https://lists.archlinux.org/pipermail/arch-general/2015-December/040347.html
>
> I can't reboot to my Ubuntu install now, so I only could test it with
> the Linux I'm currently running.
>
>
>
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