You can kill a Linux process using Python by using the
subprocess module to execute the
kill command. Here's an example code snippet:
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import subprocess # Define the process ID to kill process_id_to_kill = 1234 # Execute the kill command using subprocess subprocess.call(["kill", str(process_id_to_kill)]) # Optional: you can also use subprocess.run() for Python 3.5+ # subprocess.run(["kill", str(process_id_to_kill)])
1234 with the actual process ID that you want to kill. This code will execute the
kill command in the Linux terminal to kill the specified process.
Note: Make sure to run this script with appropriate permissions (usually as a superuser) when trying to kill system-level processes.