after 5 years using Linux I now decided to set up a FreeBSD-System ...
I already configured a lot of stuff, but there's one thing that won't get
How can I learn syscons to use my delete-key to delete forward?
Like in xemacs: (setq delete-key-deletes-forward t)
Currently it does exactly the same as backspace and deletes backward.
I played around with stty, tset and other stuff and found out that
kbdcontrol could be the solution (61 is the key # of my delete key) ...
$ kbdcontrol -f 61 ...
But I don't know which escape sequence kbdcontrol needs to do the desired
$ echo > /dev/null -e "Info about GPG:\n\
Martin Koehler\t[GPG KeyID = 464CBFB7]\n\
[GPG Key fingerprint = E4C9 E1D4 B5CF 6739 635A 7C35 8D49 4144 464C BFB7]"