killall [Command] lc-root | September 20, 2011 | Commands | No Comments Command killall killall command kills all active processes. Syntax killall [options] Options view option kill command Description Command killall kills all active processes. Implied value send a signal equal to 9 (signal destruction). Tags:Commands, Linux, UNIX Related Posts mv [Command] No Comments | Sep 20, 2011 clear [Command] No Comments | Sep 20, 2011 afmtodit [Command] No Comments | Apr 3, 2012 grep [Command] No Comments | Sep 19, 2011 About The Author lc-root Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.