Re: ^S/scroll-lock in konsole
Lo, on Monday, October 22, Mark Carroll did write:
> On Mon, 22 Oct 2001, 'cduck' Chris Grierson wrote:
> > anyone know what signal ^S sends, and how to unfreeze a konsole when it
> My guess would be SIGSTOP.
No. SIGSTOP actually stops (i.e., suspends) the process to which it is
sent. (SIGCONT restarts.) If you hit control-s at the terminal, the
terminal's process is still running, but all output is suspended.
I don't think hitting control-s or control-q actually sends a Unix signal;
they're interpreted by the terminal driver.
> You can probably change it with stty if you like.
You can; see the stty manpage for details. (The relevant settings are `stop'