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Re: Using control keys in bash shell within emacs


From: FRC
Subject: Re: Using control keys in bash shell within emacs
Date: Fri, 11 Oct 2002 12:14:22 +0200

That's what I've been trying to do for several weeks, but it's much of a
pain to get this working on NT (for me at least).
I managed to get a correct telnet mode after quite a few hours fishing in
google, but I still cannot run my favorite curses programs (man, top,
nethack...). I tried terminal-emulator, to no avail.
I use NTemacs 21.2 (GNU distro), with latest cygwin on NT4sp6. The UNIX
servers I try to get a VT on are AIX and HP-UX (don't think it matters)

If you have useful links, .emacs snippet etc..., I'm interested.
Cheers,

FRC
"Knut Forkalsrud" <address@hidden> a écrit dans le message de news:
address@hidden
> Chris <address@hidden> writes:
>
> > > Is there any way to
> > > have (e.g.) C-p, scroll through the history, instead of the default
> > > emacs behaviour of moving to the previous line in a buffer.  I tried:
> >
> > You could just use the normal Emacs history scrolling: M-p and M-n. I
think
> > CTRL-up and CTRL-down work as well...
>
> Maybe you want term-mode (M-x term) where most of your keys work as
> usual and the Emacs keybindings are changed to be prefixed with C-c.
> Cortrol c in the terminal is C-c C-c in Emacs' term-mode.
>
> -Knut
>
> --
> Hard work often pays off after time.  But laziness always pays off now.




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