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Re: Ctrl- does nothing

From: Chet Ramey
Subject: Re: Ctrl- does nothing
Date: Tue, 9 Nov 2010 08:49:54 -0500

> `clear' command works.
> $TERM is linux, and xterm: I've tested in both TTYs, and X11
> $ bind -p | grep clear
> "\C-l": clear-screen
> I've tried to un-bind (bind -r ^L), at this moment TTY beeps on Ctrl-L
> and re-bind (bind ^L:clear-screen): no beep, just new line
> the terminal can C-l, I use it with Debian's default /bin/bash 
> (3.2.39(1)-release)
> but as soon as I go to /usr/local/bin/bash (where bash4 is), it doesn't work 
> any more.

I can't reproduce this on the debian machine I have access to.


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