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Terminal / Nautilus error

Discussion in 'Command Line' started by barryg, Dec 3, 2018.

  1. barryg

    barryg New Member

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    So I tried to create and run/open a script in Terminal, which screwed up my system. Terminal is stuck without a command prompt, as if a process is still running, even following multiple reboots. I checked all running processes, but could not figure out what it could be. Nautilus is also not working right any longer. The script I tried to run is below. Can anyone please help me? What may I do to kill the hung process (assuming it is) or reset Terminal and Nautilus? - Thanks

    Script:

    #!/bin/bash
    gnome-terminal -e $1
    cd ~/ipvanish
    ./ipvanish-vpn-linux start


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    #1 barryg, Dec 3, 2018
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  2. Rob

    Rob Administrator
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    You should be able to hit ctrl-c to kill whatever is currently running in the terminal.

    If that doesn't work, open another terminal and run something like "killall -9 ipvanish-vpn-linux" to kill all instances of that script.
     
  3. CptCharis

    CptCharis Well-Known Member

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    ...and always use a virtual machine to run anything bfr run it on your main machine ;)
     

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