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Thread: gdb receives SIGTTOU even if -tostop

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    Default gdb receives SIGTTOU even if -tostop

    I'm debugging dovecot, and didn't find a tiny example for reproduce it rather than dovecot itself.
    Try running `gdb /usr/lib/dovecot/managesieve` and then type `r` to run it, soon GDB will get stopped. For `bash` it doesn't report the reason (signal) for stopping gdb, but `sh` does, and states it's becuase `SIGTTOU`.
    I've searched about it and all says if `stty -tostop` is run it shouldn't happen. I checked the default setting to be -tostop, and to be sure ran `stty -tostop` again. But non of them helps. GDB still gets stopped.
    Any help?

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    Default Re: gdb receives SIGTTOU even if -tostop

    Although your openSUSE versions are slightly different, you're both posting about dovecot authentication problems on Gnome approximately the same time, I wonder if your posts are related? See if you can replicate what was posted in this other thread

    https://forums.opensuse.org/showthre...n-control-file

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    Default Re: gdb receives SIGTTOU even if -tostop

    Quote Originally Posted by tsu2 View Post
    Although your openSUSE versions are slightly different, you're both posting about dovecot authentication problems on Gnome approximately the same time, I wonder if your posts are related? See if you can replicate what was posted in this other thread

    https://forums.opensuse.org/showthre...n-control-file

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    Hi, thank you for your reply. I'm afraid my problem has no relation to the one in the link.
    Anyway I just want to solve problem on SIGTTOU. This is also the reason I'm not posting any details about my dovecot problem. Instead, I've posted them on dovecot's maillist.

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