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Yes, bash ignores SIGQUIT. Quoting from its manual (emphasis mine): 3.7.6 Signals When Bash is interactive, in the absence of any traps, it ignores SIGTERM (so that kill 0 does not kill an interactive shell), and SIGINT is caught and handled (so that the wait builtin is interruptible). When Bash receives a SIGINT, it breaks out of any executing ...


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