Control-c not work under openssh?

Irving Popovetsky irving at
Wed Jul 19 05:37:29 EST 2000

A note on this:
Is UseLogin safe to use yet?     If I set "UseLogin yes" in my
sshd_config, the Solaris control-c problem goes away. 


On Tue, Jul 18, 2000 at 10:19:29AM +0100, John Horne wrote:
> On 17-Jul-00 at 23:28:57 Garrick James wrote:
> > Anyway, I am seeing this same control-C problem, also.  Was there ever
> > any fix found?
> > 
> None that I know of, and yes it is a pain of a problem. I have looked at the
> code, but must admit I am a bit stumped by it (the problem).
> > When the problem does exist, 'su - username' seems to fix it (regardless
> > of the client :).  Needless to say, it is very annoying to have to su
> > everytime I log in just to get control-c working.
> > 
> Even just 'su' or 'su <user>' works okay. su must be resetting the
> interrupts somewhere, however setting them using stty makes no effect.
> I tried using one of the early openssh 2.0 and the problem still occurred.
> John.
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