Re: bash 2.01
Hong Huang wrote:
> BG Lim <email@example.com> writes:
> > I've noticed that both bo and hamm have bash as bash 2.0
> > I download bash 2.01 sources from the homepage. Then I tried to compile it,
> > but I didn't know what modifications to make.
> > Anyway, the result is that compiled file is much bigger, although it takes
> > up less space in memory. But when I run an xterm or rxvt, the keyboard map
> > won't load properly!
> > So what am I doing wrong?
> > The reason I am compiling a new bash is because with I have a problem with
> > the stock bash. When I reach the end of the line, the new line overtypes
> > the current line instead of moving to the next line. Is this a problem with
> > bash or readline or curses? With the compiled bash, I don't get this problem.
> bash 2.01 is in the Incoming directory of master.debian.org. However, it's
> compiled against libc6. If you still stay with bo (1.3.1), you'll have to
> grab the debianized source codes, make necessary modification and compile
> it against libc5.
Wouldn't this problem satisfy the criteria of being added to the
bo distribution, even though bo is "frozen"?
Jens B. Jorgensen
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