Killing Firefox from the commandline

Killing Firefox from the commandline

   
With the latest update 79.0, you can no longer use killall.
killall firefox
firefox: no process found

Instead you can use:
killall MainThread
Exiting due to channel error.
Exiting due to channel error.
Exiting due to channel error.

There are ways around this using pgrep,pkill,etc. I just thought I would point it out. Good job Firefox!

:guitar:

 

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