Now all we have to do is kill "rogue" before it craters our Linux system. First note the PID of the "rogue" process. This is your cue to say, "Hey, what happened to the column headings?" Well, "grep" didn't display the line of headings because it didn't contain the word "rogue". Luckily, it's easy to remember which column contains the PID -- it's the first one with a number (i.e. it's the column to the right of "keeper"). To kill a process, simply type kill PID where PID is the ID of the process you want to kill. Type the command to kill the "rogue" process.
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