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comment I think my laptop just died
@Joel: Yes, indeed. Considering manufacturing defects in the model, I wouldn't recommend paying for repair since the problem can come back.
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comment I think my laptop just died
@Joel: Interesting, can you put a link on the "research"? I'd like to know what they say about the issue.
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comment What Linux command can I use to verify that something is in the process list?
I originally thought this should be moved to superuser.com and voted as such, but the OP wants it in a shell script so stackoverflow.com is appropriate for it.
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comment What Linux command can I use to verify that something is in the process list?
Jim: if you want to use it in a script, use pidof process_name.
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answered What Linux command can I use to verify that something is in the process list?