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Hi, we have a 16 proc IRIX here - I've never used this OS before. My backspace and delete keys are not working when I remote login -
The backspace goes to a fresh commanline, and the delete key puts in a ~. Is this is standard behaviour on IRIX, and is there anyway to change it so it acts your standard GNU/Linux system, where you can actually delete things if you make a mistake?
Thanks! Well, the Backspace key now works, but the delete key is skipping to new lines. If I use "escape-sequence" I get a tilde. If I use ascii-del, I get the new command line skip. This is also happening on an AIX 43 machine, and a solaris64 machine. The functionality one would expect of the delete key appears not to be bound to any sequence now listed from