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Java Vi editor issue

When I open vi editor and close it , the content of the vi editor is shown in console even after closing.

Same is happening for manpages also..

Can anyone let me know how to solve the issue ..



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Funny you find it an issue. I much prefer that behavior than the standard one.

Anyway, your terminfo rmcup and smcup entries are either missing or incorrect.
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@jlliagre : thanks for the reply ..

Can you please let me know what is the correct value and how can I set it to normal..

how I can solve this ..

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Just type "clear" to clear the screen. You may be using an HP terminal that doesn't behave anything close to an ansi/vt100 terminal.
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Can you please let me know what is the correct value and how can I set it to normal..
The correct value depends on the terminal emulator you are using. Perhaps is it just your TERM variable which is incorrectly set.
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@Perderabo : For other users this issue is not there . This issue comes only when I use my userid ..
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Then it should be easy to fix. Make sure:
  • you use the same terminal emulator than the other users
  • your environment doesn't set an incorrect TERM variable
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