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Would somebody advise how arrow keys could be binded in AIX v5.3?
I could not find reasonable information online related to AIX.
I've meat advises to define:
alias __A=$'\020' # or the same: alias __A=$(echo "\020")
But it does... (2 Replies)
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as many, I have a problem with a script...
I wrote a shell script in which I want to read a variable value. the problem is that I can't use the arrow keys.
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I recently needed to collect arrow keys (and function keys etc.) in a shell script so that I could run a text graphics-style data entry system (with text entry fields, drop-down list boxes, progress bars and the like). Yes you can do all this in shell, and portably too if you're careful.
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can anyone tell me how to enable arrow keys to scroll thru the commands on command prompt.
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I am unable to use the arrow keys in some applications. For example, in bash, I am able to use the arrow keys to to go back and forth characters in current line and search the history--I can do everything you'd expect to be able to do with the arrow keys. However, in bc, I cannot use... (4 Replies)
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I would like to get a script to respond to arrow key presses to scroll up and down a menu.
The platform is CDLinux which uses a prehistoric version of bash, version 1.14.7.
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how to use the arrow keys in shell scripting. is there any special synatax / command for this.
i just want to use the arrow keys for navigation.
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Hey Guys ,
How do we trap the arrow keys in shell programming.
Or atleast can we read the ascii code of the arrow keys.
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Is it possible in shell to do so ??
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bssh/bvnc/bshell(1) General Commands Manual bssh/bvnc/bshell(1)
bssh/bvnc/bshell - Browse for SSH/VNC servers on the local network
bssh/bvnc/bshell browses for SSH/VNC servers on the local network, shows them in a GUI for the user to select one and finally calls
ssh/vncviewer after a selection was made.
If the binary is called as bssh only ssh servers will be shown. If the binary is called as bvnc only VNC servers will be shown. If the
binary is called as bshell both VNC and SSH servers are shown.
-s | --ssh
Browse for SSH servers (and only SSH servers) regardless under which name the binary is called.
-v | --vnc
Browse for VNC servers (and only VNC servers) regardless under which name the binary is called.
-S | --shell
Browse for both VNC and SSH servers regardless under which name the binary is called.
-d | --domain= DOMAIN
Browse in the specified domain. If omitted bssh/bvnc/bshell will browse in the default browsing domain (usually .local)
-h | --help
The Avahi Developers <avahi (at) lists (dot) freedesktop (dot) org>; Avahi is available from http://avahi.org/
avahi-browse(1), ssh(1), vncviewer(1)
This man page was written using xml2man(1) by Oliver Kurth.
Manuals User bssh/bvnc/bshell(1)