On Sun, Mar 11, 2001 at 01:41:57AM +0000, Paul Jakma wrote:
> On Sat, 10 Mar 2001, Smelly Pooh wrote:
>> > 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
>> ok.. had a few replies that this was it, but no joy. ctrl+s
> completely locks up the remote session. ctrl+q doesn't bring it back.
Run tcpdump and see what's going across the wire on ^S and ^Q.
Maybe, for some reason, the ^S is hitting the far side, but
the ^Q isn't.
Alternatively, it could be a bug in gnome-terminal (not unknown...).
Does it happen with telnet? Maybe file a bug report?
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