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bash, no slash

From: davide . chiarini
Subject: bash, no slash
Date: Fri, 30 Jan 2009 07:37:08 -0800 (PST)
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hi all,

I'm having a strange problem with my bash setup. I'm using bash 3.2.0
on ubuntu.
Basically, I can't type a slash ('/') any way I try.
If I hit the slash key - nothing. Numeric keypad - nothing. I remapped
the keyboard to assign that character to another key - it turns to a
dead key.
If, from within bash, I run any other shell, the slash key works
This is an old install of ubuntu. I remember at first having problems
getting autocomplete to work and fiddling into some files. I don't
recall exactly what I had to do, but It's the only thing I did that
could have caused this problem.
However, I think I've undone pretty much everything I did.
any hints on what configuration file could be involved in this
problem? I think I've run ot of ideas...

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