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Old 1st November 2008, 09:37 AM
P4rD0nM3 Offline
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Make 'start'/'stop' undef on start up.

Hey guys, is there a way to always set 'start' and 'stop' to undef?

I constantly have to type:

Code:
stty stop undef
stty start undef
I hate it because it goes back whenever I do a reboot or i quit the terminal. Thanks!
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Old 2nd November 2008, 12:41 AM
stlouis Offline
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Add it to your /etc/profile or /etc/profile.d/ (as a script)

or add to your ~/.bash_profile, or whatever shell's profile you are using...

Or you can always add it as an init script, to the /etc/rc.d/init.d directory, then link to the run levels you desire...
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