Mac OS X, using command line:
How do I stop cpp-ethereum? I installed it last night, and it's been running my processor at 100% ever since. I kill the processes ($ kill < PID >) and it just starts a new one.
I was just trying to use cpp-ethereum, but for personal use, geth is great. And between geth, mist, and cpp-ethereum (eth), I now have 3 copies of the block chain, and no space on my hard drive. So how do I get out of this mess? I was thinking of removing cpp-ethereum and mist, and sticking with geth. But maybe you have another solution... Please help!