On Thu, Jun 14, 2001 at 12:38:43PM -0700, Matthew Jacob wrote:
> Heh- is this a bug or a feature?
> Making a kernel, no -j args, -current, tot

tot... what?:-) Hello? Are you still there?:-)

> ....oot/kernel make all
> ===> 3dfx
> ^C            <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<^C'd it....
> nellie.feral.com > ===> accf_data
> root mak===> accf_http
> e
> nellie.feral.com > ===> agp
> ===> aha
> fg===> amr
> bash: fg: current: no such job
> nellie.feral.com > ===> an

Well... this seems rather strange... is this several ttys output or just

> That make- takes a licking, but keeps on ticking.....

Yes, FreeBSD's real mascot is the Energizer Bunny don't you know? It just
keeps going and going and going and ...

Seriously: no, I have never seen anything like it. And I never use -j for
kernel builds either... what is possible is however this: there was some
talk about ^C, ^Z and friends being incorrectly masked by the login routine
thus making these useless in some cases even after login. (With the
original point being that you shouldn't be able to use these while logging
in) This is supposed
to be fixed now, but maybe you have the buggy version running? Also, the
talk was that while bash (and sh?) were affected, tcsh wasn't, and since
that's what I use, maybe that's why I never noticed this...

What is the date of your current world?


Szilveszter ADAM
Szeged University
Szeged Hungary

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