Post by Frank Ecsed » Fri, 11 Dec 1998 04:00:00

Solaris 2.6, KDE 1.0 pkg

When I bring up KVT the stty settings are messed up. I get no echo, no
CR/LF. It will not accept "stty echo icanon", "stty sane" or any other stty
commands. When run xterm, of course, it works perfectly, and KVT works just
fine under Linux. Any ideas how to fix this?

Frank Ecsedy


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