I've connected to an Ubuntu machine using SSH.
The article says
You can use dash -n to check that a script will run under dash without actually running it
-n means noexec. Out of shear curiosity, I ran the command
I was greeted with a prompt that I could not exit.
user@remote:~$ dash -n $ exit $ exit; $ quit $ --help $ help $ ^C $
How do I abort what I'm doing and return?