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Description of problem:
Zebra daemon vtysh access from bash, shell will freak out. Issuing
reset corrects the problem.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Fire up zebra daemon
2.vtysh, en, wr t
3.exit vtysh, hit enter 3 times
Actual Results: tarkus# exit
[root@tarkus root]# [root@tarkus root]# [root@tarkus root]#
Expected Results: [root@tarkus root]#
Zsh does not exhibit this behavior, so it could be classified as a
[root@tarkus root]# cat /etc/sysconfig/i18n
That will be a bug in vtysh, not bash.
This problem occurs with ssh also, after connecting to a RH9 box via
ssh, I get the same quirks where the shell has to be reset. It appears
that some signals get messed up, reseting the shell will also fix
every time. Again with zsh I do not see the problem.
'Some signals get messed up'? It is a signal handling problem in the
*application*, yes, in that it doesn't return the terminal to the mode
it found it in.