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 ^C kill rlogin in tcsh?

I am tcsh running on dgux, doing:
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xterm -T r_gotham  -name r_gotham -r  -e rlogin gotham &

The resulting window can be killed by a control-C at the prompt!
My stty settings show control-C to be intr, but I did not think
intr should kill the window.  Is it interrupting the rlogin itself???

speed 9600 baud; -parity hupcl
line = 1; rows = 24; columns = 80; ypixels = 0; xpixels = 0;
intr = ^c; erase = DEL; kill = ^u; swtch = <undef>;
-inpck -istrip icrnl -ixany onlcr
echo echoe echok echoctl e{*filter*}iexten

Any ideas?  How do I stop this?  Its annoying to have windows killed
on each ^C!
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 Mon, 05 Aug 1996 01:01:01 GMT   
 ^C kill rlogin in tcsh?

Well, windows vanish if the program (usually shell, but in your case
the rlogin program) running in that window exits. Windows without
a program (shell) in them would be of little value...

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 Sat, 17 Aug 1996 20:51:28 GMT   
 
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