I had this problem a while back on a Sun here at work. There's a file called
.tcsh-keymap which is sourced from my .cshrc which binds certain key presses.
bindkey -b ^? delete-char
And from .cshrc
if (-f $HOME/.tcsh-) then
I assume similar applies to bash if that's what you're using.
On 05-Apr-00 John P. Looney wrote:
This is annoying.
I've just moved my root partition from hda to hdb (I had to install
windows to play "Homeworld" ;)
Windows scrubbed the bootblock, so I did some funky magic to get it all
working again, but it works fine now.
Apart from my backspace. It's turned to ^? - in X or console. How do I
either change it back, or get X working properly (can't do stty erase for
X !) ?
Paul Askins <:)
Email: Paul Askins <paul.askins at adbvdesign.analog.com>
Date: 05-Apr-00, 16:05:10
Programming graphics in X is like finding sqrt(pi) using Roman numerals.
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