r.floers at web.de
r.floers at web.de
Wed Oct 11 08:14:00 PDT 2000
Thank you for the file jerry.
It helps creating a good (german) inputrc.
I already had a /etc/inputrc and now i found the fault.
the problem was that the readline program that i had installed was only looking for a ~./.inputrc and not for /etc/inputrd by default.
you can change that before compiling by editing the file rlconf.h.
btw: i had to edit configuration of the readline that is included in bash-2.04.tar.gz in the same way.
(file is in bash-2.04/libs/readline/, i think :-D )
the bottom line:
readline by default looks for ~./inputrc - not /etc/inputrc.
in order to use a global /etc/inputrc you need to edit the file rlconf.h in the readline directory before compiling.
On Wed, 11 Oct 2000 08:32:33 -0400, jerry at assembly.state.ny.us wrote:
> Including the following info in /etc/inputrc will help you with your command
> line editing problem. I got this from my original Redhat system.
> set meta-flag on
> set input-meta on
> set convert-meta off
> set output-meta on
> "\eOd": backward-word
> "\eOc": forward-word
> # for linux console
> "\e[1~": beginning-of-line
> "\e[4~": end-of-line
> "\e[5~": beginning-of-history
> "\e[6~": end-of-history
> "\e[3~": delete-char
> "\e[2~": quoted-insert
> # for xterm
> "\eOH": beginning-of-line
> "\eOF": end-of-line
> On Tue, Oct 10, 2000 at 05:49:00PM +0200, r.floers at web.de wrote:
>> after downloading the linux-intel-2.4-book i now have installed all packages and the system works fine.
>> there is only one problem i cannot solve:
>> when pressing del, pageup or pagedown bash just beeps and prints a tilde (~). but I want it e.g. to delete the letter right of the cursor when I press the del-key.
>> under editors like joe all that editing functions are working just fine. I've already checked my keymap, /etc/inputrc, /etc/profile and /etc/termcap files and they seem to be ok.
>> Also I've downloaded readline4-4.1 and installed it as shared and static.
>> Does anyone know the problem?
>> Thank you.
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