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I use solaris 10 with a csh. when making a mistaken in entering some
command and delting the character, I found that the strange code occurs
as soon as I enter the Backspace key. Now I jsut can use tcsh command to
solve the problem. i wonder some other useful methods to solve the problem and if the stty configuration is related to the trouble.
<1> login to my sun sparc workstation
<2> # soucre ( here, I enter a wrong command so I want to delete the command of soucre )
#soucre ^H(when entering BackSpace, the ^H is displayed) ^[[3~(when entering Del Key, the ^[[3~is displayed )
# tcsh ( Now I just can change to tcsh for solving the trouble)
<3> I wonder some terminal configuration method for solving this trouble instead of tcsh command. As you have told me that
tcsh should not be used here.
I open a terminal by using right-click mouse and select open terminal. I am not sure if it is the gnome terminal emulator.
And I enter solaris 10 JDS desktop environment. Also, I did the configuration work as you have said to me. However, I open
edit menu and can not open "current profile" becasue of the absence of "curent profile"