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Old 11-03-2009, 07:50 PM   #1
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using ksh export VISUAL=vi folwed by <esc>/search causes Memory Fault

I am used to history search in ksh by export VISUAL=vi and then using <esc>/ to simulate the vi /pattern search, What is happening in Linux is once I retrieve a comand from history using <esc>/ , rerunning the found command resluts in a Memory Fault.

If by any chance anyone has experienced this or is using the <esc>/ command line search without a Memory Fault I would appreciate hearing from them.
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I've never done the VISUAL=vi.

Using "set -o vi" works fine for me in both ksh and bash.


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