CORRECTION: ^c broken in latest potato
^C only seems to be broken for SOME programs.
If I, for example, go to /var/lib/dpkg/info and do an ls ... a ^C will not
If I issue ^C at the bash prompt, I get a new prompt. ^C also seems to
^C will not kill a ps before it completes either.
On Sat, 8 Jan 2000, George Bonser wrote:
> Cant seem to kill a running process with ^C anymore. Noticed the problem
> last night but do not know when the problem crept in.
> I can suspend the process with ^Z and then kill it manually with kill but
> ^C does not seem to work anymore.
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