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Microsoft KB Archive/246445

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Reporting and Stopping Windows NT Processes When a Shell Script Starts a Win32 Console Program

Article ID: 246445

Article Last Modified on 10/30/2006



APPLIES TO

  • Microsoft Interix 2.2 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Interix 2.2 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Interix 2.2 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Interix 2.2 Standard Edition



This article was previously published under Q246445

SUMMARY

This article explains how to report and stop processes of Microsoft Windows NT when a shell script has started a Win32 program.

MORE INFORMATION

At the present time, the ps command in INTERIX reports only the processes running under INTERIX. To report the processes that are running under Windows NT, you can use the TLIST and TKILL commands. You can find these in the Windows NT Resource Kit.

To stop a Win32 process, you must give the quit signal within the program or use some Win32 program, such as Task Manager, to stop the program. If you stop an INTERIX process that is running a Win32 program, the signal is held until the Win32 program quits. After the Win32 program quits, the signal is delivered to the parent INTERIX process, which then quits.

Keywords: kbinfo KB246445