cursor control in console

Jordan Bray jordanbray at gmail.com
Tue Oct 7 15:51:41 PDT 2008


> You may want to rebuild bash and make sure you use the
> > --with-installed-readline option. Again, that might not be a big deal
>
Good catch.


> My response to ldd /bin/bash now looks more like yours although
> different order and I seem to have one extra one:
>
> libhistory.so.5 => /lib/libhistory.so.5 (oxb7f81000).
>
I wouldn't worry about that one (Dan maybe should).  If i'm not mistaken,
libhistory is part of the readline package.

Cursor seems to be acting the way it should now.

Problem solved. Good luck with the rest of the system.

-- 
/me
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