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[ale] shell question
- Subject: [ale] shell question
- From: jdonline at gmail.com (J. D.)
- Date: Thu, 11 Dec 2008 18:07:36 -0500
There are some curious key combinations in bash I was wondering about.
Pressing ctrl-s seems to freeze the terminal but silently it appears to
still be accepting input. Pressing ctrl-q breaks this behavior and
everything returns to normal. Does anyone use this? I'm sure it has caused
people trouble thinking their terminal is locked. I have only used ctrl-q
from to regain my terminal after accidentally hitting ctrl-s. :)
Also having scrolllock enabled on from switching computers on a kvm creates
the illusion of a lockup since the terminal is in a scrolling mode.
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