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Development Tools Console Foundations Processes Pausing and Resuming

ctrl + z?

I am using Terminal on a Mac OS X Version 10.9.3 (Mavericks)

I am trying to pause a running process and on the tutorial it says I should press ctrl+z. I do that and yet it doesn't pause the process.

I looked online but they talk about too many different things and not this simple, specific question.

Can anyone help?

1 Answer

if there're using a pc and your using a mac, ctr + z for them is undo and on mac Command + z is undo. if you're doing shortcuts on mac use Command.