stty erase '^?' in v7
don at DonHopkins.com
Sun Oct 15 23:10:26 AEST 2017
I loved ^T on Unix! I remember when somebody at UMCP added that feature to our 4.2 BSD Vax mimsy. The early version had the fun side-effect of being unregulated. Who added the one-second delay between responding to ^T so you couldn’t any longer hold down ^T with auto-repeat to drive the CPU load through the ceiling and watch as it got higher and higher trying to respond to all those ^T's? (Does that qualify as a Heizenbug, or is that a denial of self service?)
> On 14 Oct 2017, at 16:44, Ronald Natalie <ron at ronnatalie.com> wrote:
> When Mike Muuss was working on the scheduler he added the ^T ala TENEX process list. What was displayed changed over time. I think I finally moved a “snippet” of the arg list over from the user structure to the proc structure so ^T would be able to get it.
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