locking up

William F. Acker WB2FLW +1-303-722-7209 wacker at octothorp.org
Fri Oct 8 01:02:12 EDT 2004

Hi Juan,

      I can't be any help with the hanging problem itself, probably some 
jerk at the university who thought it'd be real cool to time the users out 
on an ssh session.  I can, however, tell you of an easier way to kill the 
session.  Just hit enter, to get you to the beginning of the line, then 
press tilde followed by a dot.  Poof, you'll be back to your prompt on the 
client machine.


Bill in Denver

On Wed, 6 Oct 2004, Juan Hernandez wrote:

> Hello, I don't know if any of you have seen this problem in the past, but here I go.
> I ssh into my univercities server to work on it.  if I leave the connection sit there for a while I'd say 5-8 minutes, it will lock up, I have to load up another console tty, and kill the ssh process that way.  any ideas?
> I am using fedora core 2, with kernal
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