Re: Nuking damned scrambled consoles.
Richard E. Hawkins Esq. wrote:
> > Also, if there are any vim users reading this what does ^x ^s do? I
> > sometimes accidentally type this when I mean to save a file (bad habit
> > from using ae), and this seems to lock up vim pretty hard.
> ^S generally is a command to stopp sending . . . try ^Q if this freezes
FWIW. ^S and ^Q are used on the tty for XON/XOFF processing. For
those who mentioned that they are often hitting ^S by accident, you can
disable ^S/^Q with the command 'stty -ixon'.