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Subject: Re: Using 2 machines for matches (Linux)

Author: Tim Mann

Date: 21:34:51 06/25/01

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My guess is that it's ssh that is being killed by signal 2.  rsh will catch this
signal and pass it across to the process on the other machine.  Perhaps ssh does
not have provision to do that.  You might be able to run ssh (or xboard itself)
inside a shell that you've told to ignore signal 2.
Under ssh or bash the command to do that is "trap"; check the man page for
details on how to use it.  In csh, "onintr" may work.


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