[Ilugc] [Tip] Temporarily stop/start a process in linux
pandiyan21 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 26 13:53:39 IST 2010
hi this is pandiyan i installed fedora in my pc .... now i want to know how
to connect peer to peer connection in it...
in my home pc i installed ubundu then my laptop i have fedora i have to
transfer data between these to using the peer to peer cable...
can you help me how to do thissss.....
On Mon, Oct 25, 2010 at 9:33 PM, Tha.Suresh <jemenisuresh at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sometimes we require a particular job to stop for a certain period
> and start again.
> Most of us familiar with the KILL command, But here is another cool
> feature of the KILL command,
> $ kill -STOP <pid>
> $ kill -CONT <pid>
> This 'll stop the given PID since it has been not restarted with the
> command -CONT.
> $ kill -STOP 9952 (For Stop)
> $ kill -CONT 9952 (For Continue)
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