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[BUG] rxvt, bash and <ctrl+left/right/up/down>
- From: Jehan <nahor at bravobrava dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 29 Aug 2002 10:10:24 -0700
- Subject: [BUG] rxvt, bash and <ctrl+left/right/up/down>
- Newsgroups: gmane.os.cygwin
I use rxvt, bash and cygwin latest versions
When I press <ctrl+left> ("works" with right, up and down too), rxvt
dies. "Left" can be either the left arrow key or the numpad with numlock
When I run a simple rxvt (sh) then run bash in it, I see the message
"Signal 11" (SIGILL) when I press <ctrl+left>, bash dies, rxvt shows the
sh prompt and the keyboard stops working (but rxvt still works, killing
it kills sh, dragging the mouse still selects the text, ...)
If I use rxvt with sh, <ctrl+left> displays "c" (d, a and b respectively).
If I use bash in a console window, ctrl is ignored.
If I use bash in an Xterm, I get "C" (D, A and B).
So there is something with bash running inside an rxvt window
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