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Pocket 2012년 12월 19일 오후 1시 16분
What do I do when Steam stops responding?
I guess I shouldn't have been surprised that Steam for Linux becomes unresponsive when it's concentrating really hard on downloading something, just like the Windows version. Only... what do I do now? I can't find whatever Kubuntu's equivalent of the Windows Task Manager is, and I'm not sure simply force-terminating the process is the proper response in this case either.
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drjoms 2012년 12월 19일 오후 1시 20분 
I dont think there is one
pstree -p |grep main
this should show main thread processes.
kill them by kill -9 $PROCESS NUMBER. should be it.
i simply use gnome system monitor for that. for GUI
your question doesnt belng here, btw.
Nevon 2012년 12월 19일 오후 2시 39분 
The steam process is called MainThrd, so you can do:
killall MainThrd
James 2012년 12월 19일 오후 2시 47분 
drjoms님이 먼저 게시:
kill them by kill -9 $PROCESS NUMBER.
No need to use -9 unless the program is not responding to signals (ie try just kill first, or killall as Nevon suggested)

You can also use a gui task manager for this, kde has one that is launched with crtl+esc, I think gnome/unity also do this though I am not sure.
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