--- Terry Lambert <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I did.  It's still an order of operation problem in the kernel
> during fork(), as Bruce pointed out in a later posting (so me
> pointing it out here is probably redundant... 8-)).
> I still think other code is going to have the problem, too, so
> changing su alone doesn't fix things.  Better to not deliver
> the tty output stopped signal.
> -- Terry

Don't touch tty code, if you change, you'll break more code,
current problem is just because su forks a child process and
want to take over some job control work from shell, it is of
course not a easy job. the problem does not exist in STABLE 
branch because su does not fork.

David Xu

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