Exit shell faster

Use ^D instead of exit. Also ^D ends input stream when you use terminal for typing into standard input.

By: tlknv
2009-02-17 18:10:31

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Very handy. i find it great for quickly exiting after I've ssh'd to a server that ssh'd to another server, etc.
checketts · 621 weeks and 5 days ago
I use it all the time when I have a screen session with a bunch of shell windows open. Also, like checketts said, when ssh'ing.
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ryanbabraham · 12 weeks and 6 days ago

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