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SubjectRe: "ctrl+c" disabled!
Yeah,that is the result after pressing ctrl+c, ctrl+d. maybe od do not get the "ctrl+c" signal.
But I use SecureCRT with the same configration at the same PC to telnet the linux box,everything is OK.
So I think that if there is some thing wrong with linux kernel?

Bill

----- Original Message -----
From: "Charles Lepple" <clepple@ghz.cc>
To: <linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org>
Sent: Friday, August 22, 2003 12:14 PM
Subject: Re: "ctrl+c" disabled!


> Bill J.Xu wrote:
> > after run od -tx1, the following is the result
> > ------------------------------------------------
> > bash-2.05# ./od -tx1
> > 0000000
>
> That's after you pressed ^C in your terminal program? What you have
> there shows that od has not received any characters.
>
> Pick another control character, and use 'stty intr' to set that as your
> interrupt character. I don't have any experience with SecureCRT, but it
> may use ^C to implement the Windows Edit->Copy function.
>
> --
> Charles Lepple <ghz.cc!clepple>
>
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