Lost Return key on new Linux ncurses recompile?

Lost Return key on new Linux ncurses recompile?

Post by Paul Parris » Thu, 30 Oct 1997 04:00:00

  I have just recompiled my ncurses-based application on Linux
2.0.0.  Now it will not recognize the Return key - I have to
use <ctrl>+J to make it go.  This worked fine on 1.2.x.  

Any ideas??

Thanks in advance.



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I have no idea about this! If gpm works, and /usr/sbin/mouseconfig is
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Someone having any suggestions? My friend realizes that he could just
reinstall the system to get the kernel options he needs. But I don't
want to make him feel 'burned 'on a kernel  recompile.

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