How can I terminate an application?
Sorry to bother you guys with this newbie question, but I have searched this site (BTW, indeed a wonderful place to get help!) with all kinds of phrases like "terminate an application" but got nothing.
My new version of Mozilla (1.4) got frozen and I forgot how to terminate it without rebooting - I know this is where Linux beats Windows ;-) What is the command I should use? I tried "killall Mozilla" and "killall mozilla". Neither works.
Some additional background:
I am running Redhat 9. Was trying to upgrade the installed Mozilla 1.2.1 to the new v1.4. I downloaded the RPM and ran with "rpm -Uvh xxxxx" but got dependency errors. As a newbie, I uninstalled everything that relies on Mozilla 1.2.1. Could eventually install Mozilla 1.4 and it ran sort of fine. Will bother you guys with more related questions later.
When I clicked a link trying to download an rpm (kdebindings), my Mozilla 1.4 hang.