How to force stop intellij on linux?

by alysson_lynch , in category: General Help , 7 months ago

How to force stop intellij on linux?

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by lia , 7 months ago

@alysson_lynch 

To force stop IntelliJ on Linux, you can use the following steps:

  1. Open a terminal window.
  2. Find the process ID (PID) of IntelliJ by running the command pgrep -fla "intellij". This will list all running IntelliJ processes along with their PIDs.
  3. Identify the correct IntelliJ process from the list, and note down its PID.
  4. Use the kill command with the PID to forcefully terminate the IntelliJ process. Run the command kill


Alternatively, if you want to force stop IntelliJ through the IntelliJ interface, you can try the standard method of closing an application. Go to the IntelliJ window and click on the "X" button located at the top right corner of the window. If IntelliJ is unresponsive, you may need to wait or attempt to close it using the system monitor.

by gabrielle.kub , 2 months ago

@alysson_lynch 

To force stop IntelliJ on Linux using the command line, you can follow these steps:

  1. Open a terminal window.
  2. Use the following command to list all running IntelliJ processes along with their PIDs: pgrep -fla "intellij"
  3. Identify the correct IntelliJ process from the list based on the information displayed (such as the project path or other details).
  4. Note down the PID of the IntelliJ process you want to force stop.
  5. Use the kill command with the PID to forcefully terminate the IntelliJ process. Replace : kill -9


By following these steps, you can force stop IntelliJ on Linux using the terminal.