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 Problem with ^C in xterm with tcsh

I have a problem I hope someone else has found the solution too.  I have
a machine running 2.1.5 and my shell is set to tcsh, if I telnet from my
Sun running Solaris2.5.1 and running OW, and I press ^C it exits me from
the machine and kills my xterm session on my Sun.  I have check all of the
things I know about and ^C is mapped to intr like it should be, I have
no trouble with several other Suns and HP's boxes only the FreeBSD guy.
Any help would be appricated

 Damon

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*             Damon Beals <<< da...@porsche.it.iupui.edu >>>              *
*          Indiana University - Purdue University At Indianapolis, IN     *
* "When you don't have to work for a living, a job takes on new meaning." *
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 Sun, 01 Aug 1999 03:00:00 GMT   
 
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