I have something like:
cd project && python manage.py runserver & cd utilities && ./coffee_auto_compiler.py
And I want both of them to close on Ctrl-C (or some other command). How can I accomplish that?
I tried using
jobs -x kill and
kill , but it doesn't seem to kill what I need. Here is what I mean:
`jobs -p `
moon 8119 0.0 0.0 7556 3008 pts/0 S 13:17 0:00 /bin/bash moon 8120 6.8 0.4 24568 18928 pts/0 S 13:17 0:00 python manage.py runserver
jobs -p give me just process 8119, but I also need to close 8120, since it's the thing that the first command opened.
If it helps, the commands are actually in a Makefile, and I want it to run two daemons at the same time (and somehow close them at the same time). And yes, I'm using ubuntu, with bash