On Thu, 14 Jun 2001, Szilveszter Adam wrote:
> 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?:-)
"Top of Tree"
> > ....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
This was not a -j....
> 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...
I use bash. Maybe that's it. Even in -stable bash will break massively a
number of ports builds.
> What is the date of your current world?
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