Konsole sessions

Tomas Rett rett at chmi.cz
Mon Sep 29 11:39:02 BST 2003

O.K. It works. In the tcsh shell I can write "set ignoreeof" to block the 
CTRL-D sequence, in the bash I try the "export IGNOREEOF=", but this is not 
so correct, I think.


Dne po 29. září 2003 12:02 Kevin Krammer napsal(a):
> On Monday 29 September 2003 11:49, Tomas Rett wrote:
> > Hi listers,
> >
> > the new session or relation in the Konsole I can create by CTRL-ALT-N .
> > But what about ending or killing the session. Is it some shortcut for
> > this operation ? I must use the mouse and select stoping the session in
> > the menu.
> If the session is not blocked, you can use CTRL+D
> I think this is some kind of standard to exit a shell, you can use it to
> logout in a ssh session as well.
> (I think it means end of input)
> Cheers,
> Kevin

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