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# 1  
Old 06-28-2015
@ typing creates new line

Dear Concern,

Please go through the article

Typing the @ sign creates new line.

As per the article, we need to initiate below commands. But after creating new session, we face same problem. Please advise.
stty intr "^c"
stty kill "^u"

Please find below out ~/.profile output

tabs@tabsdb02[TABS2]:/ccbs/users/tabs$ cat .profile
export PATH
. tabsenv

With Best Regards,
Md. Abdullah-Al Kauser
# 2  
Old 06-28-2015
Those commands should show up in .profile, which they apparently don't unless they're in tabsenv.
# 3  
Old 06-28-2015
Where do you define the terminal type??
If you are on an HP-UX somebody has messed up you .profile because that is not what it should look like... ( HP gives a good complete default .profile ...)
# 4  
Old 06-28-2015

The application vendor modified the .profile for that particular user in hp ux. What would be the location for 'tabsenv' file?
# 5  
Old 06-28-2015
It should be somewhere on the PATH, or in your HOME directory, where .profile resides.
# 6  
Old 06-28-2015
Maybe that user is like cron: not supposed to be in interactive mode then... Is it for a software?
# 7  
Old 06-29-2015
Yes, .profile is the correct location for stty commands.
I suggest to put all stty settings in one line
stty erase "^h" intr "^c" kill "^u" susp "^z" eof "^d"

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