How do I kill processes in Ubuntu 18.04 or 19.10?

How do I kill processes in Ubuntu 18.04 or 19.10?

In this Ubuntu Tutorial, you will learn how to to kill all the processes that you have the permission to kill and kill process by name

To kill all the processes that you have the permission to kill, simply run the command: kill -15 pid or kill -9 pid

If your searching for node type in terminal like ps -ax | grep node, it shows the process id of corresponding application. You can stop that application by kill command if process id=12345

sudo kill -9 12345

With pkill and sending signal 9, you can kill process by name:

sudo pkill -9 node

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