This is a podcast presentation from the Kitchener Waterloo Linux Users Group on the topic of Mastering Photo DVDs, KDEnlive published on March 8th 2016. You can find the original Kitchener Waterloo Linux Users Group post here.
Have you ever had a window in Linux freeze on you and no matter how many times you tried to close it, it just wouldn’t go away? Then when you try and find the process in System Monitor (or the like) you can’t seem to identify it for whatever reason?
Thankfully there is a really easy to use command that lets you simply click on the offending window and POOF!… it goes away instantly. So how does it work? Let’s say you have a window that is frozen like this
First open up a new terminal window and type the command
and hit Enter. This will then tell you to simply click on the window you want to kill:
Select the window whose client you wish to kill with button 1….
Next it is as simple as actually clicking on the frozen window and you can say goodbye to your problem. Happy xkill-ing 🙂
This post originally appeared on my website here.