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Allowing CTRL-D to Exit the Shell

This (I believe) is primarily a csh/tcsh problem. In the shell rc files, look for a line of the form:

        set ignoreeof
change this to the following, adding it if necessary:
        unset ignoreeof

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Last Updated: 22 Jan 2010