I have just installed SLC6 (derived from SL6 derived from RHEL6). I can send a running process to the background by hitting Ctrl-Z in the terminal where it was started. However, I can't do it when I started the command with sudo. It used to work seamlessly in SLC5.
Is there any configuration I could do to allow this ?
EDIT This is an example of command I try to run :
[user@pcald02 ~]$ sudo emacs ^Z^C
The Ctrl-Z makes the symbols ^Z appear but nothing else happens. Now I realized that even Ctrl-C is ineffective.
Without sudo :
[user@pcald02 ~]$ emacs ^Z + Stopped emacs [user@pcald02 ~]$