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Re: bash, no slash

From: davide . chiarini
Subject: Re: bash, no slash
Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2009 00:53:34 -0800 (PST)
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Hi Chet
> I'm almost positive that you've remapped / to another character (or a
> command that has no discernible effect) in readline.  Look at your
> readline startup files.  You can see your current key bindings with
> `bind -p' from the bash prompt.

thanks, I was finally able to find the problem. it was a faulty line
in inputrc.
I have no idea why I was trying to source /etc/bash.bashrc from
inputrc (probably was following some guide and typed that line in the
wrong file).
So the line was interpreted as a remap of '/'.

thanks again

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