In reply to Paul Jakma's flatulent wordings,
> On Sat, 10 Mar 2001, Paul Jakma wrote:
>> > i've noticed that i press ctrl+s (usually cause i've missed ctrl+a) it
> > locks my ssh session, and idea why?
>> uhmm... just to clarify: the local ssh still works fine, ie ~# and the
> other escapes work fine. But the remote session is dead.
CTRL-S sends a stop code to your terminal, CTRL-Q starts it again, if it
annoys you you cause use the stty command to ditch it
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