Re: Why does C-s lock up xterm?
Once upon a time Adam Funk said...
> >From using gnome-terminal and other "heavyweight" terminal emulators,
> I'm using to pressing ctrl-S to pause the output. But when I do this
> in xterm (which I otherwise prefer because it seems lighter) it locks
> up the terminal window permanently (as far as I can tell). Why?
> Is there a way to pause and release the console output on xterm? Have
> I missed some configuration option?
ctrl-s pauses the terminal. ctrl-q releases it.
Standard ASCII XON/XOFF characters for software flow control.