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Daemon that kills X sessions

Project Description

py-xkiller

A daemon that is intended for use in a “No X sessions” challenge.

Essentially, every so often, the daemon:

  • Checks if the system time is past the time stored at http://time.kaashif.co.uk/end
  • If it is, quit - the challenge is over
  • Checks if there are any daemons with the binary name “X” or “Xorg” and kills them.

Installing

$ pip3 install xkiller

Running

$ xkiller

(it will daemonize itself)

You may want to run it as root, so it can actually kill sessions started by display managers etc.

If run as root, /var/run/xkiller.pid will be the PIDfile, if not, /tmp/xkiller.pid is the PIDfile. Also, you can specify a PIDfile like so:

$ xkiller /home/kaashif/mypidfile.pid
Release History

Release History

This version
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1.0.1

History Node

1.0.0

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