How to check running processes in linux
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I began to study the operating system linux. Now I have a lot of questions about process management on linux. If there are those who are experienced in this, can you explain me some commands?
Well, first of all, you look at all running processes with the pgrep command, find the process you don’t need. You select the process, and if you want to kill it, you write the kill command.
I don’t understand you, maybe there is an article with a manual on how to manage running processes in linux and also how to kill them. In general, you explain very poorly to be honest.
Linux seems a very complicated operating system at first, but once you get used to it, it becomes the best operating system for you. Read an article to get a better understanding of processes and running processes. And you can check running processes in Linux https://www.hostforweb.com/article/how-check-running-processes-linux/ I think you will find it very useful. That is particularly useful when you learn Linux, and later it will be much easier to work with the command line and servers. The administration will be easy.