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Aug
25
comment How to speed up my build
I meant to reduce the build time by leveraging some Linux settings.
Aug
25
accepted Ctrl+C does not work in gnome-terminal
Aug
25
accepted How do I log into my Linux laptop if I have forgotten both the login and password?
Aug
25
asked How to speed up my build
Aug
25
comment Trying to print up down arrow keys
Thanks for the wonderful explanation.
Aug
25
accepted Trying to print up down arrow keys
Aug
24
asked Trying to print up down arrow keys
Aug
24
accepted How to know how long a process has been running?
Aug
23
asked How to know how long a process has been running?
Aug
12
comment Ctrl+C does not work in gnome-terminal
So using gnome-terminal Ctrl C works but Ctrl c does not. So to interrupt sleep 10 if I do Ctrl + Shift + c it works. But doing Ctrl + c does not work. Why is it case sensitive.
Aug
12
comment Ctrl+C does not work in gnome-terminal
So using gnome-terminal Ctrl C works but Ctrl c does not. So to interrupt sleep 10 if I do Ctrl + Shift + c it works. But doing Ctrl + c does not work. Why is it case sensitive.
Aug
12
comment Ctrl+C does not work in gnome-terminal
So using gnome-terminal Ctrl C works but Ctrl c does not. So to interrupt sleep 10 if I do Ctrl + Shift + c it works. But doing Ctrl + c does not work. Why is it case sensitive.
Aug
12
comment Ctrl+C does not work in gnome-terminal
Ctrl C on sleep 10 does not work either.
Aug
12
comment Ctrl+C does not work in gnome-terminal
when I tried using xterm I was able to Ctrl C sleep 10. But with gnome-terminal Ctrl C on sleep 10 did not work. Why is that ?
Aug
11
comment Ctrl+C does not work in gnome-terminal
I run the script by doing ./hello.sh
Aug
11
awarded  Commentator
Aug
11
comment Ctrl+C does not work in gnome-terminal
I added more details to my question. Basically Ctrl C is not terminating a script that I am running, which I expect to be terminated on Ctrl C.
Aug
11
comment Ctrl+C does not work in gnome-terminal
Its regular terminal in Ubuntu. It is /dev/pts/0 if that helps. It happens in any terminal on my computer. If I do sleep 5 and do Ctrl C nothing happens. Nothing is printed to the console also.
Aug
11
comment Ctrl+C does not work in gnome-terminal
I updated my answer. Basically Ctrl C did not terminate a script, that I think should be terminated on doing Ctrl C.
Aug
11
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