freebsd 4.9 stable tail wont CTRL C
mhx at oplink.net
Thu Mar 25 09:00:45 PST 2004
I fixed it myself, here is the fix:
make sure you have sshd_enable="YES" in your /etc/rc.conf
If you do not have it in there your tail will not work properly
I have sent in the bug report to fbsd as well.
----- Original Message -----
From: Ryan Pekarik
To: freebsd-stable at freebsd.org
Sent: Wednesday, March 24, 2004 9:25 PM
Subject: freebsd 4.9 stable tail wont CTRL C
I've been upgrading a few servers to 4.9-STABLE recently.
Some of them via cvsup from older versions and some of
them via installing 4.9-RELEASE and then cvsuping to STABLE.
In both cases I cannot send ctrl+c through ssh!
If I am on the console there is no problem but if I am
through a ptty obviously ctrl+c does not send the
E.g. if I do tail -f /some/file.log I can not terminate it!
Ctrl+Z works fine. Despite when my job is susspended
I cannot kill pid. Instead I have to kill -9 pid.
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