Helena KDE 64 bit: force quit?

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Helena KDE 64 bit: force quit?

Postby lauren » Sun Feb 21, 2010 10:07 am

Hi!
I´m really surprised: Helena KDE 64 bit could grow to my favorite distribution! Easy installing BTmouse and connection to the internet with Huawei E220, no problems with CD, DVD, headphones,...
I´m only missing "force quit" and a tool like netspeed or netstatus (not nettool) - well known in Gnome. Any help?
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Re: Helena KDE 64 bit: force quit?

Postby markcynt » Sun Feb 21, 2010 11:53 am

For "Force quit" just use xkill in the terminal - very easy.
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Re: Helena KDE 64 bit: force quit?

Postby fubaseca » Sun Feb 21, 2010 11:08 pm

An easy way to do it is ctrl+alt+esc, then the mouse cursor turns into a skull, then click into the window of the program you want killed. I've been doing that in kde 4.4, don't know if it was there before and maybe there are limitations I don't know of. Haven't used it that much, but seems to work well.

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Re: Helena KDE 64 bit: force quit?

Postby JoeFootball » Tue Feb 23, 2010 5:43 am

fubaseca wrote:An easy way to do it is ctrl+alt+esc, then the mouse cursor turns into a skull, then click into the window of the program you want killed. I've been doing that in kde 4.4, don't know if it was there before and maybe there are limitations I don't know of. Haven't used it that much, but seems to work well.

Ha! I didn't know about that either. Good tip!

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