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Re: sh shell emacs mode
On Sat, 13 Jun 2009, Giles Lean wrote:
I don't understsand what you mean by "write on shell" but taking a guess
that you want command history and emacs command line editing mode for
all your interactive shells, here are a couple of suggestions:
I mean that i have open xterm.
a) quick try: add 'set -o emacs' to your .profile and see if that
does what you want
It doesn't work.
b) (longer) I use /bin/ksh as my login shell, and have emacs mode
and history working
My configuration is probably overly complex -- it's arisen over many
years and many different Unix and ksh flavours -- but it works.
1. .profile sets ENV=$HOME/.kshrc and exports ENV
2. .kshrc contains the line 'set -o emacs'
There are various complications about trying to avoid work for
non-interactive shells (some of this dates back 20 years to some slow
machines), tweaking of the shell prompt, and some platform specific
stuff, but I think that's all you need for NetBSD's ksh.
NetBSD's /bin/ksh (a.k.a. "pdksh") does not store command history
between sessions so far as I know. If you need that, you might need
to consider using bash.
It is similar to sh,
but it doesnt work i put it in .shrc and ENV is .shrc on ksh it works but
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