Change "stty erase ^?" for "stty erase ^H"

Change "stty erase ^?" for "stty erase ^H"

Post by Jose Luis Fernández Dí » Fri, 01 Feb 2002 17:22:55



Hi,

I have Red Hat Linux 7.0 on i386. I have a spanish keyboard. The
special character "erase" is "^?" by default on my system, but when I
connect to remote
machines I need that erase = "^H", so, I want that whem my system
start, it get
erase = "^H" by default. How can I do it ?

Thanks in advance, Jose Luis.

 
 
 

Change "stty erase ^?" for "stty erase ^H"

Post by Villy Kru » Fri, 01 Feb 2002 18:51:56


On 31 Jan 2002 00:22:55 -0800,

Quote:>Hi,

>I have Red Hat Linux 7.0 on i386. I have a spanish keyboard. The
>special character "erase" is "^?" by default on my system, but when I
>connect to remote
>machines I need that erase = "^H", so, I want that whem my system
>start, it get
>erase = "^H" by default. How can I do it ?

You cnage the remote to mach your keyboard, that is, stty erase '^?'
on the remote.  The stty command doesn't dictate what your keyboard
sends, it tels the system which character should be treated as the
erase character.  If you need to change your keyboard you change the
keyboard maps, same way as you change your keyboard maps to make it fit
the Spanish layout.  Checking the man page for loadkeys is a place to
start.

Villy

 
 
 

Change "stty erase ^?" for "stty erase ^H"

Post by Norm Dresne » Sat, 02 Feb 2002 01:19:59




Quote:> Hi,

> I have Red Hat Linux 7.0 on i386. I have a spanish keyboard. The
> special character "erase" is "^?" by default on my system, but when I
> connect to remote
> machines I need that erase = "^H", so, I want that whem my system
> start, it get
> erase = "^H" by default. How can I do it ?

> Thanks in advance, Jose Luis.

Why can't you wrap the command(s) to connect with the appropriate stty
commands before to set it to what you want and afterwards to restore it?

    Norm

 
 
 

1. Change special character erase "^?" for "^H"

Hi,

I have Red Hat Linux 7.0 on i386. I have a spanish keyboard. The
special character "erase" is "^?" by default on my system, but when I
connect to remote
machines I need that erase = "^H", so, I want that whem my system
start, it get
erase = "^H" by default. How can I do it ?

Thanks in advance, Jose Luis.

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