Subject: Re: Xterms
To: Olaf Seibert <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Brian de Alwis <bdealwis@Newbridge.COM>
Date: 03/23/1995 08:43:33
> I run a similar system and had the same problem. It turns out that
> xterms apparently turn off the "echoe" and "echoke" stty settings.
> I had to add "stty echoe echoke" to my .bash_login, and then make
> sure that all my xterms start as login shells.
Put something like the following in your .bashrc:
if [ -n "$PS1" ]; then
# This is an interactive session.
stty echoe echoke
Brian de Alwis - CS student at U of Waterloo, Co-op at Newbridge Networks Corp
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