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Old 07-08-2004
Cannot backspace on my session in CRT

Hi,

when I make a mistake and then try to backspace I am unable to do so . Can someone please suggest How I can correct this on my session

For Eg:

pwd^H^H^H
Thanks
rooh
# 2  
Old 07-08-2004
Try stty erase <backspace>

where <backspace> is you hitting the backspace key.
# 3  
Old 07-08-2004
Or add something this to your .profile or .cshrc or whatever script your shell uses:

Code:
stty erase "^H"

The "^H" is my backspace key.
 

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