what to do when ctrl-c can't kill a process?
On my laptop I press the laptop function key + break. On my desktop, my break key (next to print screen) is like this:
If I press it (no Ctrl/Alt/etc) I get this (ignore the echo's, they're just there so I could work out what was what):
# sleep 10;echo "no ctrl/alt/shift/etc" + Stopped sleep 10
If I press it with shift, I get this:
[root@ID6052 public_html]# sleep 10;echo "shift + pause/break" + Stopped sleep 10
If I press it with Ctrl nothing happens.
If I press Pause/Break with Alt, I get this:
[root@ID6052 public_html]# sleep 10;echo "alt + pause/break" + Stopped sleep 10
How do I get it to just stop the program? If I get a list of running processes, all these "[xx]+ Stopped..." commands show up (in a stopped state). On my laptop, pressing the func+break (ie, just normal break key...the func button is also used for scroll lock, print screen etc) closes the programs down completely!