Computational biology PhD researcher. Interested in science, software development, and machine learning. I write about medical research at BioSky.co and contribute content to a variety of additional publications.CVAbout
Normally, when I leave an SSH session idle too long and it freezes the terminal, I just close that tab and start a new one. I never bothered to look up what I could do to unfreeze it and continue. I recently came across this article which showed the 3 steps you need to follow to unfreeze your terminal in this situation. I’ve included the steps below so I can easily find it again in the future.
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