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1. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
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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I would like to configure the key combination Tux-J (Win-J) as Down Arrow, and the rest of the VIM-style movement keys as well (HKL). What is the best way to do this so that it will work in all applications? I thought about editing the keyboard layout but I'm not sure how to do that for Tux-key... (2 Replies)
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3. Shell Programming and Scripting
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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stty erase ^H
the problem is... (2 Replies)
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4. Shell Programming and Scripting
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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I am working on SunOS 5.10 from remote terminal using putty.
In vi editor when in insert mode arrow keys are not working for cursor movement instead they print A B C and D.
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6. UNIX and Linux Applications
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.
I would like to do something like "read -sn 1 keyin" but the "read" command is so primative that it only has the -r... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: simonb
9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
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.
raguram R (3 Replies)
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10. Shell Programming and Scripting
Hey Guys ,
How do we trap the arrow keys in shell programming.
Or atleast can we read the ascii code of the arrow keys.
I want to read the arrow keys pressed by the user
and accordingly highlight the corresponding menu option.
Is it possible in shell to do so ??
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SSH-KEYSIGN(8) BSD System Manager's Manual SSH-KEYSIGN(8)
ssh-keysign -- ssh helper program for host-based authentication
ssh-keysign is used by ssh(1) to access the local host keys and generate the digital signature required during host-based authentication with
SSH protocol version 2.
ssh-keysign is disabled by default and can only be enabled in the global client configuration file /etc/ssh/ssh_config by setting
EnableSSHKeysign to ``yes''.
ssh-keysign is not intended to be invoked by the user, but from ssh(1). See ssh(1) and sshd(8) for more information about host-based authen-
Controls whether ssh-keysign is enabled.
These files contain the private parts of the host keys used to generate the digital signature. They should be owned by root, read-
able only by root, and not accessible to others. Since they are readable only by root, ssh-keysign must be set-uid root if host-
based authentication is used.
If these files exist they are assumed to contain public certificate information corresponding with the private keys above.
ssh(1), ssh-keygen(1), ssh_config(5), sshd(8)
ssh-keysign first appeared in OpenBSD 3.2.
Markus Friedl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
December 7, 2013 BSD