I have a jailbroken iPhone that I often SSH into. For some reason, I am unable to Ctrl+C a foreground process or kill -INT a background process when said process is started in an SSH session, but I can when it's started from the on-board terminal (NewTerm2, installed via Cydia). Each time I want to start a process that I might want to interrupt, I've got to either physically do it on the on-board terminal, or start it from SSH, but need to SIGKILL it, as it oddly ignores SIGINT/Ctrl+C. Why might this happen?

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