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Bash commands to nicely shutdown & start programs
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Being a little lazy here but to save time on google....

Anyone have a list of bash commands to shut down  everything which can be shut down and same to start up again?


The plan is to write a little python script to free up as much as possible and run a fun cube dongle radio receiver in GQRX sdr. It just runs at the moment with sigK, Node-red & openplotter running but right on the edge. 

Node red is easy, node-red-stop, node-red-start

Thanks
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