[oclug] weird backspace issue with shells
dan at hld.ca
Fri Mar 22 01:22:30 EST 2002
I figured it out. even though it makes no sense to me.
/etc/zshrc (package maintainer default for debian woody) was messing it
up. What makes no sense is that this should still get sourced if I
start zsh from bash.
In any case, I removed 90% of its contents and I can happily remove my
On Thu, Mar 21, 2002 at 03:54:06PM -0500, Dan Cardamore wrote:
> When I use zsh as my default shell my backspace key works. If from zsh
> I run bash and then zsh again, the backspace key works. I ran `stty -a`
> in both and did a diff and they are the same.
> Does anyone have any ideas what would cause this? Or even better, how
> to fix it? :)
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