Shortcut Ctrl + C Pada SCO Unix

Why doesn’t CTRL-C interrupt my programs?

Posted: 16 Dec 01
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Because, by default, SCO systems set interrupt to the DELETE key, not CTRL-C.If you find that unbearable, you can easily change it; for example,

stty intr ^C

will change your interrupt on Bourne or Korn shells. In this example, you actually type CTRL-C; if you are in vi adding it to your .profile, type CTRL-V and then CTRL-C

This can be added to .profile (or whatever startup file your shell uses) or to /etc/profile.


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