Re: bash sell quirk(s)
On Fri, 2003-05-02 at 07:57, Guldo K wrote:
> On Thu, 01 May 2003 20:40:15 +0200
> "Rodney D. Myers" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I like the RH way of bash shell behaviour., Utilizing the home & end
> > keys, to move around the bash prompt.
> I liked it too!, but now... (see below)
> > Is there someplace that I can read up on how to change this behaviour on
> > the shell?
> I don't know... for me it has always worked... I can't directly help you.
> Usually bash is set up to behave emacs-like (see man bash), so you can use
> CTRL+a in place of HOME
> CTRL+e in place of END
> and many other emacs-shortcut, such as, for example,
> ALT+f forward one word
> ALT+b backward one word
> If you use emacs, you'd find them comfortable;
> if you don't use emacs, you'd find them comfortable too :-)
> (HOME and END are so irritatingly *far* from the 'main' keyboard :-P)
> p.s.: BTW, you know about CTRL+r, do you? nice!
hi guldo and others,
i use ctrl+(a,e,r) all the time, thanks for the hint on alt+(f,b).
i also use gnome-terminal, which has alt+f bound to the menu. is there
someway to change bash's behaviour with these emacs shortcuts?