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How can I make bluetoothctl quit running?

Both bluetoothctl and blueman are different UI front-ends for the bluetooth service. It appears there is something wrong with the bluetoothctl process, as it certainly should have exited with the quit ...
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SIGINT not being propagated to background child process

I managed to get (simulate) the same behaviour, by launching a process like this (command &) & Most likely you had a script that launched an asynchronous process: command & The issue can ...
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Process started by script does not receive SIGINT

Job control is enabled by default, but it's usually disabled in scripts. When job control is disabled, bash makes processes, that it starts asynchronously (... &), ignore SIGINT: When job control ...
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