Thanks, I think that found the issue, however...
an stty -a returns...
cchars: discard = ^O; dsusp = ^Y; eof
man termios says:
Special character on input and is recognized if the IEXTEN flag
is set. Receipt of this character toggles the flushing of termi-
Unfortunately, I can't quite make out where this is set when reading the
various man pages regarding terminals.
In gettytab, I see:
# cflags: CLOCAL | HUPCL | CREAD | CS8
# oflags: OPOST | ONLCR | OXTABS
# iflags: IXOFF | IXON | ICRNL | IGNPAR
# lflags: IEXTEN | ICANON | ISIG | ECHOCTL | ECHO | ECHOK | ECHOE | ECHOKE
# The `0' flags don't have input enabled. The `1' flags don't echo.
# (Echoing is done inside getty itself.)
IEXTEN being the critter than enables or disables this functionality, and
sys/termios.h has this:
#define IEXTEN 0x00000400 /* enable DISCARD and LNEXT */
However, under the local.9600 setting in gettytab, I don't see a setting
that matches IEXTEN...
local.9600|CLOCAL tty @ 9600 Bd:\
A grep'ing of the gettytab does not return any relevant data.
Am I even barking in the right forest?
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On Sun, 2 Feb 2003, Chuck Swiger wrote:
> Rich Fox wrote:
> [ ... ]
> > Apparently the Terminal program in MacOS X intercepts ctrl+o combinations
> > which are used to postpone messages in Pine. Thus, when I use the key
> > combination ctrl+o it never reaches the remote machine (or at least it
> > doesn't appear to, but it doesn't appear to do anything at all on either
> > machine.)
> > Can anyone advise me on what I can use to change this?
> Do a "stty -all", and see what the quote character is set to. Normally,
> it's cntl-v, but maybe it's cntl-o. Or trying doing a cntl-v, cntl-o
> combination and see whether that gets the control character through.
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