I have seen numerous references to using telnet to kill Netscape when
that app brings X to its knees, but I'm wondering how this is done on
a standalone box. I usually just CTRL-ALT-Backspace the X server and
then restart, but I'm wondering if there is a better way to do this.
Of course I know I can send a kill -9 signal to terminate the netscape
session if I can get a terminal window to respond, but is there
another way to kill Netscape if the X server is completely locked up?
For instance, is there a key combination that I can use to suspend X
and just get a shell where I can kill Netscape, and then restart X
with all my other X apps still in the same state?
Aaron J. Ginn Motorola SPS
Phone: (480) 814-4463 SemiCustom Solutions
Fax: (480) 814-4058 1300 N. Alma School Rd.