[Wine] Re: Kill all wine run apps, all wine processes
wineforum-user at winehq.org
Tue Sep 29 12:50:51 CDT 2009
Oli Warner wrote:
> Sometimes Wine locks up. win32 things explode and I want to nuke everything
> and start again. This usually involves me going through the process list,
> killing each process. I'll miss a few occasionally and, on a bad day, it can
> take me a minute before everything's where I want it to be.
> I have just read a method for nuking wineserver (wineserver -k) safely but
> I'm curious to know if there's a catch-all command for killing everything
> that started up as a result of my initial wine command.
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wineserver -k kills all Wine processes, locked up or not. Simple as that.
You can also use wine taskmgr for a ctrl-alt-delete style Windows task manager, where you can kill Wine processes individually.
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