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On Solaris, ^Z suspends and immediately resumes 2.05b.

From: Phil Edwards
Subject: On Solaris, ^Z suspends and immediately resumes 2.05b.
Date: Sat, 12 Jun 2004 21:52:17 -0400
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.4i

Just built 2.05b-release on some Solaris 2.5.1 and [2.]7 systems.
Everything works fine except for task suspension:  upon receiving ^Z,
the job suspends but then immediately resumes.  I can't see any error
messages like "no job control" being printed -- which is good, since I
know job control was enabled -- and it doesn't look like bash ever prints
the usual stuff when suspending a job.

I'm sure this is some screwy library getting linked in somewhere, or
some equally not-actually-a-bash-bug situation, but I don't know what to
investigate next.  It's only this version of bash exhibiting this behavior.


Behind everything some further thing is found, forever; thus the tree behind
the bird, stone beneath soil, the sun behind Urth.  Behind our efforts, let
there be found our efforts.
              - Ascian saying, as related by Loyal to the Group of Seventeen

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