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Set by lizmat on 8 June 2022.
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lizmat librasteve looks like you made incorrect ? 11:47
and yet another Rakudo Weekly News hits the Net: 13:23
Anton Antonov Can I use raku instead of awk in this shell command ? : ps -aux | grep -i jupyter | awk '{print $1}' | xargs -Iaaa kill -9 aaa 13:24
Actually, a raku one-liner for the "whole thing" would be nice took. 13:25
(I don't think "App::Rak" can be used for that...)
Nemokosch What does it do? 13:27
Anton Antonov Finds all processes of the current user that have "jupyter" in their associated file names and kills them. 13:29
lizmat rak '{ run "kill", .words.head } 13:30
Nemokosch can pkill not just do this btw
lizmat '
Anton Antonov ^^ 13:31
rak '{ run "kill", .words[0] }'
Anton Antonov @lizmat Great! Trying it out now.
@lizmat I am getting the error message: "Can't locate in @INC (you may need to install the PAR module) [...]" 13:37
lizmat que?
could you gist a full --ll-exception stacktrace somewhere ? 13:38
Anton Antonov @lizmat Sorry, I just had to do rehash -- it is working now. 13:39
lizmat *phew* :-)
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librasteve yep 16:26
raku -e "shell <pkill -9 -f 'jupyter'>" 16:37
lizmat but then why the raku ? 16:38
pkill -9 -f 'jupyter' would have worked, no ?
librasteve ^^++ true that ... it's nice that rak can do it, but I suppose that the pure pkill is the most sensible 16:47
Anton Antonov Ok, I have never used pkill before. 17:49
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