Re: Why does C-s lock up xterm?
On Monday 24 January 2005 12:30, Jochen Schulz wrote:
> * Adam Funk:
>>>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?
> I haven't tried it with xterm, but the pausing with Ctrl-s is a
> feature of all terminal emulators I know of. You can resume by
> pressing Ctrl-q.
Thanks. On most of the other ones I've used, you press any key ("My
keyboard doesn't have an 'any' key!") to resume after ctrl-s.