link How To Resume A Linux Terminal Session After Suspending With CTRL-S← Back

Many times I’ve gone to hit CTRL-K, S in a JOE session to save changes to a file but missed the “K” meaning I actually sent CTRL-S to the terminal which sends a “stop flow” signal.

Previously I’ve always just disconnected the session and restarted with a fresh one meaning I lost any changes to the file since my last save so tonight I decided to find out how to recover from this. Turns out all you need to do is hit CTRL-Q and you’ll be able to see all the changes that were sent to the screen since you hit CTRL-S.


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