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 SIGINT kills login tcsh
Hello out there!
  I have compiled tcsh 6.00.02 on our AT&T 3B2/400, and it works
fine... except for one problem...

When tcsh is invoked as a login shell via /etc/passwd, the intr key
kills the shell - no .logout, no nothing.  It doesn't even reset the
terminal.  When it is run from sh (or even exec'd from sh), there is
no problem.  Has anyone else had this problem?

Oh, yeah, we're running SysV 3.2.2 for the 3B2/400.

Thanx in advance, and kudos to christos for a great shell!

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James Scott                                 /* jsc...@gwhs.colorado.edu */
George Washington H.S., Denver                       jsc...@isis.cs.du.edu
"Hire a {*filter*}ager, while they still know everything!"          g...@csn.org
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