[misc][Op Sys...unix]

From: invincibill (long@hercules.ntsource.com)
Date: 01/23/97

real quick one here...probably for any unix sys admins or what not.

if i use the at command to run autorun while i'm logged into a session
of unix
    at -f autorun now + 1 minute
then log off, my mud will run on my ISP account without me being logged
on.  is there anyway i can later access that process and kill it?? 
using ps doesnt work.  when i log into a new session it shows only my
shell and ps as the processes being run.

any ideas??

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