I used to use the shortcut
Ctrl+s to freeze the terminal output when a command is giving a fast output (it allows you to read what the command is giving), and unfreeze it after that using the shortcut
But this shortcut is no longer working on Ubuntu 17.04 , clicking on
Ctrl+s only give me the output
This is really driving me crazy, why on earth would Ubuntu devs disable this shortcut ?? and how am I suppose to make it work again ?
I am using Ubuntu 17.04 with the desktop
budgie-desktop, the terminal
terminix (although I also tried this with
gnome-terminal, and it isn't working neither), and the shell I am using is
fish shell (although I tried also with
zsh, and it isn't working neither).
I can't believe this, it is actually the fish shell that is doing this. I tried on another machine with Ubuntu 17.04 with
zsh as the default shell, and it is working just fine. Just when I install fish shell and call it, this error occurs.
I will try to find a solution and post it here.