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  To use slay kill user processes
  Add Date : 2018-11-21      
  Slay is Chris Ausbrooks write a command to kill all running processes specified user line tools. slay for system administrators to identify users who should not be in the running process is useful.

slay has warehouses in most official release.


Ubuntu and its derivative version

sudo apt-get install slay

Arch Linux and its derivative version

sudo pacman -S slay

Fedora and its derivative version

sudo yum install slay


You should have administrator privileges to use slay,

To kill the process specified user, you must:

sudo slay
For example: I want to kill all the processes of user amitooo.

~ Sudo slay amitooo
slay: Done.

When slay run is completed, you should be able to see the feedback.

Neat huh? !
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