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ok, procps 101 here 😉

the first output of ps is the process’s name. The second is the Process ID, or PID.

use the command “kill” to get rid of one process.
For instance:

kill 10890

Tells the process with the ID 10890 to bail. If that process became corrupt or hang, or the likes, you can also force the process to be killed in a similiar manner.

kill -9 10890

If the processes aint hung, there is another nice feat:

killall mt-daapd

that does the trick.