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Please try the following: Open the Terminal application Type "sudo shutdown -h now" and hit enter. When prompted, enter your password. You will not see the password as it is typed. Hit enter once more. This should immediately force your computer to shut down. You may have malware on your machine. I recommend having it scanned. Cheers, Byron
That other answer isn't good because you should not shut down your computer, and it is very unlikely that malware has anything to do with not being able to shut down an application. Do this Type sudo killall Google\ Chrome on the Terminal. If this does not work, do this: pgrep -x "Google Chrome" You will see a number, then type kill -9 numberhere where ...
That depends on what is running on the server. If you have a web server running and serving other user's content from their home directories than the web server would not be able to read those files. When making this decision the group that the users belong to is also important. If all users are members of the staff group for example and if the home ...
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