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Re: Problems working with bash.



> On Fri, 28 Mar 1997, Pete Harlan wrote:
> 
> > In bash it's ^R for reverse, and ^S for forward search, just like in
> > emacs.  Perhaps if you select vi rules for bash it will use whatever
> > horror vi uses for searching.
> >
> ^S only freezes my xterm and i have to press ^Q to make it work again.
> How come you can do ^S for forward searches without freezing your
> xterm?

"stty -ixon" will turn off xon/xoff flow control in your term (x- or
otherwise).

Anyone know why a person wouldn't want to do this?  Anyone know why it
isn't the default?

--
Pete Harlan
pete@mymenus.com


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