Subject: Re: xvt
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Mike Heinz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/02/1995 14:24:27
> ioctl(0, TIOCSCTTY, (char *)0);
> before you launch the shell. This should go in the code after you've
> opened the slave pty and forked so that 0 applys to the shell's stdin.
Thanks. One of the programmers here at work pointed that out, and i
tried it, but I immediately ran into another problem.
I wrote a demo program that uses TIOCSCTTY and it worked fine, but when I
added it to xvt, the slave process silently crashes - without even dumping core.
I tried to attach to it with gdb, but when I tried to examine the process,
gdb crashed my X server!
I'm almost certain the problem is >not< in ioctl itself, because I've
re-compiled xterm by hand and that works fine. I just can't figure out why
the "grab the pty, fork, grab the tty" code works fine in my little demo proggie
but crashes inside xvt.
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