'stty -opost' or 'stty -onlcr' don't work ?!

'stty -opost' or 'stty -onlcr' don't work ?!

Post by J Wuns » Wed, 20 Mar 1996 04:00:00

> I tried to modify the behaviour of a line using 'stty -opost' or 'stty
> -onlcr' in a shell term on HP-UX 9.0 or BSDI 2.0 without success. I
> still have the older parameters when displaying them with 'stty -a'.

Which shell?  Many more intelligent shells protect the user from
getting a garbled termios struct after a command terminated and left
it in a weird state.  (I know it from tcsh, but suspect other shells,

J"org Wunsch                                              Unix support engineer


1. What is 'stty', 'term' & 'tty'

Can any one describe what exactly is 'stty', 'tty' & term? What do they
stand for ?  I kind of know that they represent some kind of terminal ports
in an os network environment; but i can't diffriential them in detail.

Thanx in advance

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