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Your sudoers file might have gotten incorrectly modified. If that is the case, following this guide should help fix the problem.


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There is not a default app or keybinding for killing a process. Out of the box the easiest thing you can do is press Super+Space and execute the xkill command and then click whatever window you wish to kill. Seperate from that there is a really nice Monitor app by Stanisław Dac in the AppCenter:


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