Terminate a python script from linux shell / bash script
gros_bedo at hotmail.com
Thu Jul 10 00:51:18 CEST 2008
I have a question about Python and Linux shell. I have a python program which is permanently resident in the end-user system. I'm currently producing a RPM package, and it works nicely. The problem is that when I uninstall it, my program keeps running in the background, even if the files are deleted.
I know I can terminate python shell directly, but this is not a good idea because the end-user may be working with another important python application, and would be very angry if mine would close everything that is using python shell.
So, is there a way from the Linux shell or a bash script to terminate just one specific Python script ?
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