What does "stty -a" in the remote shell say? Also, do things get
better if you use a decent shell at the other end (bash,tcsh,zsh...)?
On Thu, Jun 08, 2000 at 12:20:21PM +0100, C. Hennessy wrote:
> I am rlogging into various HPUX and Solaris boxes from my linux
> box, and I am having a problem with the "@" key.
> It seems that when I press the "@" key it is translated into something
> like newline, and the shell interprets this as ignore anything else on
> the command line i.e. when I type "echo @"
> it looks like :
> $ echo @
> with the cursor at the begining of the next line. When I press return
> I get a new prompt and the previous command line is completely ignored.
>> But when I enter the "\" character before the "@" it seems to work
> as expected i.e.
> $echo \@
>> Anybody got any hints ?
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