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There is no. Very easy to write one with perl. Here's untrap script: #!/usr/bin/perl $SIG{INT} = "DEFAULT"; exec { $ARGV[0] } @ARGV or die "couldn't exec $ARGV[0]: $!"; Example usage: #!/bin/bash untrap bash -c ' sleep 3 echo aaa ' & trap '' INT wait $! If you remove untrap prefix, Ctrl-C won't kill the script. More versatile script: ...



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