[rc5] Proxyper & rc5 client

Evan Jeffrey ejeffrey at eliot213.wuh.wustl.edu
Sun Jun 22 19:49:25 EDT 1997

>> > In Unix yes, but under Windows? Is Ctrl-C considered killing it
>> > cause it doesn't send it's completed blocks if I kill it this way...
>> In NT4, you can use the taskmanager.
>Any different from that of Win95?
>But that's still not killing it gracefully - ie. sending it some kind of a
>shutdown signal.

It should be...  That is why when something is really hung (eg, a telnet
connection that you don't want to wait for DNS resolutiont to fail ;) and
you try to end task, you get a "program not responding, end task, or wait"
dlg. box.

So, it would seem that windows is sending some kind of soft-kill signal,
then, if that doesn't work, asking if you want to send a hard-kill.

Evan Jeffrey
erjeffre at artsci.wustl.edu

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