alfred at freebsd.org
Thu Sep 17 02:00:58 UTC 2009
[[ peter cc'd cause he seemed to add the original
"exec a non-shell option" to script(1) ]]
I noticed that when running "script" and passing a program
to exec that ^Z does not seem to work (although ^C does).
I'm trying to figure a workaround and what I was going to
do was add ISIG to the term flags when spawning a non-shell
(should I also check /etc/shells to help preserve POLA
Any pointers on this?
Would this be a good idea, or a bad idea? Terminal gurus
give me a hand please! :)
please ignore the sigflg part at the top for now, prepping
for possible cli option to avoid POLA breakage.
Is there a way to detect ^Z or other terminal signals and propogate
them to the child in a better way?
- Alfred Perlstein
.- AMA, VMOA #5191, 03 vmax, 92 gs500, 85 ch250
.- FreeBSD committer
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