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Old 11-30-2007, 07:22 AM   #1
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User unable to kill self process

I know the /proc store the user login process , but I found that some user can't kill their SELF process in /proc , the file permission is dr-xr-xr-x , I am strange that some user can but some user can't , can advise what is wrong in my system ? can advise how can I make sure they can kill all their SELF process ? thx.
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Kill the process by finding the PID in a ps output.


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