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xterm with bash showing ^C

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http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hi folks, I just upgraded from FC 8 to FC 12 and it was pretty smooth sailing all along, I kept my old home directory and even then it was all good. The only noticeable change is that in an xterm if I hit Ctrl-C the actual characters ^C are printed into the xterm. Before this did not happen and I'd like to have the old behaviour back when ^C doesn't get printed. I'm not sure if it's a bash or xterm issue though. ---------- Post added at 07:06 AM CST ---------- Previous post was at 05:10 AM CST ---------- This gets rid of ^C in a terminal: stty -echoctl and to make it permanent, put it into your .bashrc. (HowTos)