i'm sorry for my bad english, how to kill process in terminal on elementary OS? but when i use onboard keyboard, i can use this method (Ctrl + C).

FYI : my keyboard is fine (works in my windows)

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    Not sure I understand the question. Ctrl+C should kill processes running in the foreground of the terminal where you're sending the keyboard sequence. If they don't terminate, they are not responding correctly to SIGINT. You can try to kill them forcibly with SIGKILL (kill -9 $pid_of_process_to_terminate) if you really have to. – jmc Jul 8 '19 at 21:17
  • see this that worked for me. – geermc4 Sep 10 '19 at 4:03
  • The same problem. Did you already resolve it? – Zhipeng Wang May 8 at 17:48

try turning off "natural copy paste" option in elementary tweaks.

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