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SubjectRe: "ctrl+c" disabled!
"Bill J.Xu" wrote:
>
> after run od -tx1, the following is the result
> ------------------------------------------------
> bash-2.05# ./od -tx1
> 0000000
> ------------------------------------------------

Either terminal sends nothing or line-discipline caught ^C correctly
but sent signal to wrong process or process ignores sigint.

> and I use "killall xxx_appname" to kill the progress after telnet the linux box.

Check whether "killall -INT xxx_appname" is able to kill the process.

Try killing the process via Ctrl-Z and then "kill %%".

Ciao, ET.
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