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How can I kill a process using top on OS X?
On other Unixe,s I can use top and then hit K and type the process ID. How can I do that in OS X? I can type kill [the_pid] on its own at the command line and that works. However, I was wondering if ...
Aug 14 '12 at 19:11
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