find all processes named hunger and force kill, minus the grep itself and output to a file called

ps -auwx|egrep hunger|grep -v grep| awk '{print "kill -9",$1}' > ~/

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Get PIDs of all foo processes: pgrep foo Terminate all foo processes with extreme prejudice: killall -9 foo YMMV on older Unix variants.
laburu · 630 weeks and 4 days ago
You can skip the 'grep -v grep' by changing your awk to: awk '! /grep/ {print "kill -9", $1}'
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