Never "kill -9" again, psDoom your processes!

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    Never "kill -9" again, psDoom your processes!

    The greatest system admin tool ever, it needs no introduction...
    psDoom

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    d'oh. i got bad rep with a good comment for this one. heh, i think someone slipped with a mouse click there

    has anyone tried running psDoom yet? i think ill give it run when i get home from work.

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    Haha! Nice... Definitely a more user-friendly interface.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perspective
    has anyone tried running psDoom yet? i think ill give it run when i get home from work.
    just in case anyone is curious, i got it running. finding doom1.wad was a bit of a pain, if anyone needs it let me know and i can send you the file or try and find the link where i got it again.

    well, i started up about 10 emacs instances to slaughter, it was great fun. i ended up accidentally killing the psdoom process itself probably good that i did that before accidentally slaughtering my X server

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    wow it's amazing what people make
    so you play it as root ?
    ever killed init (pid 1) ?

    i'm definetly gonna give this a try as soon as i install mplayer on my new gentoo box
    :wq

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    cool

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