Re: CTRL-C Doesn't work??!! ....
> From: Kevin Traas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I've got a system here that I've been building from scratch - just to
> ***learn*** how Debian / Linux works from the ground up (right from
> building my own boot disk - initrd, etc.). I've got everything working
> great; however.... Hitting CTRL-C does not kill a running process.
> The only clue I've got is that, sometimes, I get a message "Job Control
> Disabled" when starting a shell. Seeing as CTRL-C is a "form" of job
> control, I'm thinking this might be related. I'm using BASH as the
I'd suspect that your shell isn't configured or installed quite right.
The fact that you get the "Job Control Disabled" message seems to
indicate that control-C and the signal Oliver mentions are working
fine, but bash doesn't think it can do anything.
(Hmm. A little worrisome: http://www.junkbusters.com/cgi-bin/privacy