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Re: control-C and yum update



2010/1/4 Paul Allen Newell <pnewell cs cmu edu>:
>
> I though "control-C" was an immediate kill of whatever was running and was
> wondering why yum didn't stop when I tried to kill it.
>

It's an interrupt, which could be blocked or it might be on a
different queue. You should be able to background yum and kill it
straight away:

Ctrl+z
kill %1

-c


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