I was wondering what's the correct way to terminate jitsi running in
background on a linux-machine from within a script or on commandline. I
thought of using EWMH via wmctrl, but jitsi is only in the list of the
windows when there is an open jitsi-window handable by the windowmanager
(which makes complete sense).
So is "kill -15"/SIGTERM the correct way to terminate jitsi from
commandline or is this a software crash from jitsi's point of view? And
if so, what's the recommended way of terminating jitsi from commandline?