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Re: Disconnect domU console from Terminal (OSX) ?
Le 11 août 09 à 16:43, Paul Ripke a écrit :
On Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 01:15:52PM +0200, Joel Carnat wrote:
Le 11 ao?t 09 ? 12:57, Manuel Bouyer a ?crit :
On Mon, Aug 10, 2009 at 03:28:51PM -0700, Mike Bowie wrote:
On 8/10/09 3:25 PM, Johan Ihren wrote:
On 10 Aug 2009, at 23:41, Joel Carnat wrote:
How do I issue the "C-]" command on a Mac keyboard to disconnect
domU console ?
Well, I just hit C-].
While I usually use iTerm I just verified that it works fine in
too, so if you're having some sort of trouble (what exactly?) I
think it is either the MacBook nor Terminal that is the cause.
I personally use the OS X Terminal by default and have always found
<ctrl>+] behaves "as advertised". All the systems I'm using are
on NetBSD and I've never encountered an issue.
The problem here may be the AZERTY keyboard, where ] isn't directly
Yes, I thing this is the problem...
On my AZERTY keyboard, I have to issue "Shift-Alt-)" to get the "]".
If I add a "Ctrl", it just doesn't issue anything...
Ah! Ok, you may be able to generate C-] via C-5 (Ctrl-5). It appears
to work in an xterm on my Mac here (doesn't work in iTerm or Terminal
though). Although I have a US QWERTY keyboard...
Ah... :-) "Shift-Ctrl-Alt-)" works in xterm (from the XQuartz xorg-
I'll dig in Terminal preferences to see if the encoding has something
BTW der Mouse: yes, 'kill -9' on the relevant console terminate the
process and enables later reconnection. Thanks.
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