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Dmitry V. Zhulanov
Mon, 26 May 2003 22:32:40 +0700
On Mon, May 26, 2003 at 09:50:28AM +0200, M. Gerards wrote:
> > Im using console with vga and pc_kbd drivers. And I using mc for
> > programming. when I start mc under console arrow keys and F5 - F12 doesn't
> > work. Its still in developed or bug?
> > For now problem fixed by run mc through screen.
> This is weird. There were some mapping problems. Did you compile the CVS
> version of the Hurd and of which date? The last problem was fixed on
> (see console-client/ChangeLog to check if you have this version, it was
> in later IIRC).
Yes, i compile from cvs, which updated two days ago
> If you still have problems and are using the fixed version please check which
> keys are not working (all keys in the range F5-F12?).
Yes, here full list of keys which mc won't mapping:
from F5 to F12, arrows,home, PgDn, PgUp, Insert, Delete, kp_+,-,*
But when i try to teach mc, I can teach them Backspace, and End key.
Another keys, won't bind anyway :(
> IIRC there are some problems with the debian package. If you are using the
> debain package, please have a look at the source package and if it was fixed
> You can also check if it is not a mc bug by testing those keys in another
> program, in emacs for example press "C-h k F6". The last problem I can
I havent emacs, and so it can't be testet yet. After instaling emacs i
will try test keys
> think of is that you didn't run "tic -x hurd.ti" (Or whatever the line was),
> but I think this is not the problem.
I already run tic, following instuctions.
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