ctrl-c to terminate a process does not work
On ubuntu gutsy, I cannot terminate a process by using ctrl-c as i used to on fedora 4. Should I be doing something to set this up? I can set up a shortcut, but to what?
For example, if i run ping, I cannot terminate it by ctrl-c. Using ctrl-z does it, but it doesnt seem as clean since the process seems to be orphaned. If i reember, ctrl-c is sigint signal while ctrl-z is something else. In the ubuntu terminal, I tried various options in edit->send signal, but none stopped the process as I wanted. They either did nothing, or killed the terminal window.