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Sep
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comment Control-p freezes SSH session
What kind of equipment - I connect to normal ARM development board, I don't know hardware details.
Sep
26
comment Control-p freezes SSH session
When SSH freezes touch /tmp/foo does not have any effect. Yes, I can use SSH escape sequences - I can leave session with . and list available commands with ?. I will do strace and post back the results.
Sep
24
comment Control-p freezes SSH session
I ran sshd -ddd on the server and connected to it on another subshell. After typing something debug log showed lines similar to debug3: Wrote 32 bytes for a total of 3103. When I pressed C-p both session when sshd was running and the one in which I pressed C-p froze. After that debug only showed debug1: server_input_global_request: rtype keepalive@openssh.com want_reply 1 interlaced with debug3: Wrote 32 bytes for a total of 3167 with different numbers after total of. I checked with stty -a that ^S is bound to stop.
Sep
24
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Sep
24
comment Control-p freezes SSH session
it freezes inside cat and read also. I mean that it freezes.
Sep
24
awarded  Yearling
Sep
24
comment Control-p freezes SSH session
There is only one keybinding for C-p: "\C-p": previous-history. Command you suggested also prints "\C-x\C-x": exchange-point-and-mark
Sep
24
awarded  Custodian
Sep
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Control-p freezes SSH session
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asked Control-p freezes SSH session
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awarded  Curious
Oct
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comment What's the idea behind rm not removing non-writable file by default?
I don't think I got your answer correctly. I wonder why rm issues such warning in a first place, why are read only files treated differently from writable files. I know when this warning is shown, I wonder why.
Oct
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asked What's the idea behind rm not removing non-writable file by default?
Aug
26
accepted GNU screen - kill outer nested session
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awarded  Commentator
Aug
25
comment GNU screen - kill outer nested session
No, redisplay doesn't change anything. I don't think screen is in a broken state, there are just 2 caption lines simultaneously one above the another.
Aug
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asked GNU screen - kill outer nested session
Mar
27
accepted ps | grep shows bad output in subshell with jobs running in the background
Mar
27
comment ps | grep shows bad output in subshell with jobs running in the background
Oh damn, that was so simple. I learn every day. I consider switching to zsh right now, it seems to have many enhancements over bash, some guy here is using it too.
Mar
27
comment ps | grep shows bad output in subshell with jobs running in the background
Yes, forgot to mention that this also helps helps to omit grep in ps output in subshell when a2draw is running. But why?