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Can't kill jevois-daemon on my host

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My host is ubuntu 18.04.  A reasonably fast i7.

Control-C doesn't stop kill jevois-daemon.  Control-Z does send it to the back ground.

Any ideas?

asked Oct 9, 2018 in User questions by jack.johnson.pub (230 points)

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yes, we intercept CTRL-C, if I remember well, this is a result of including Python support (the python interpreter is the one that catches the CTRL-C signals)

you should either type 'quit' or open another terminal and run "killall -9 jevois-daemon"
answered Oct 11, 2018 by JeVois (46,580 points)
My point would be that your documentation say CTRL-C will stop the application
thanks, that's right, updating the docs now!