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Old 02-04-2002, 11:27 AM   #1
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I am SSHing into two different boxes both running PostgreSQL 7.1.3. This is with the Windows SSH Client (from SSH Inc) version 3.0.0 Build 203.

On one machine (Machine A), when I execute the command line psql interface, I can move through my history of commands just like I would in bash. However, on the other machine (Machine B), the 'up' arrow key just writes '^[[A' and the 'down' arrow key just writes '^[[B'.

I believe this may have something to do with what 'term' libraries are on one machine as compared to the other.

Any ideas?
 
  


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