tcsh's ctrl-c probls

tcsh's ctrl-c probls

Post by Lincourt Maximili » Wed, 21 Jul 1993 07:09:16



I'm using tcsh 6.03.00 (Cornell) 92/11/20 (iris4d) options 8b,dl

and have problem setting the ctrl-c to work as it should (stop programs!!)

I tried  :
   bindkey ^C tty-sigintr
   bindkey ^V^C  tty-sigint

but nothing,

        Any Help ?

                Maximilien Lincourt


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tcsh's ctrl-c probls

Post by Fuzzy F » Thu, 22 Jul 1993 09:08:00



Quote:>and have problem setting the ctrl-c to work as it should (stop programs!!)

Did you try "stty intr ^C"?

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tcsh's ctrl-c probls

Post by Amit Pat » Thu, 22 Jul 1993 06:24:39



   I'm using tcsh 6.03.00 (Cornell) 92/11/20 (iris4d) options 8b,dl

   and have problem setting the ctrl-c to work as it should (stop programs!!)

   I tried  :
      bindkey ^C tty-sigintr
      bindkey ^V^C  tty-sigint

   but nothing,

           Any Help ?

For the SGI tcsh, I had several problems --- the ~user wouldn't work;
the ^C and ^\ wouldn't work; and ^Z wouldn't do job control.  I
relinked with LIBES= -lcurses -lsun -lbsd -lc_s  in the makefile and
it seems to work now.

        Good luck!

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  I am presently using term version 1.11.  The remote computer is a NeXT.
My problem is that when the Linux machine is logged into remotely (ie.
telnetted into) ctrl-z and ctrl-c cause the system to hang.  The odd part
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character '^]'' stuff but then I get that the connection is closed.  I know
that it is not the fault of the Linux machine since the NeXT works doing this
,so...  If you need the exact model of the RS6000 machine I will check on
Monday.  I think that it has to do with the redir'ing the ports on the
RS6000, but I'm clueless.

Any help would be much appretiated.

Thanks in advance.


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