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Re: 'x' key not working in cygwin shell
Christopher Faylor <cgf-use-the-mailinglist-please <at> cygwin.com> writes:
> On Tue, Jul 06, 2010 at 07:41:03PM +0000, Peter Waltman wrote:
> >This is a weird one. I just updated cygwin on my windows 7
> >machine, and now my 'x' (lowercase 'x') key isn't working.
> >The key works outside of cygwin, and when I type the uppercase 'X'
> >it works, but just not the lowercase. When I type a lowercase
> >'x', I get nothing.
> >No idea where to start with that one. Any suggestions?
> >To quit the window, I had to use the 'ctrl-d' key combo to shut it down.
> Sounds like your .inputrc file has CRLF line endings.
That was it. I'd updated my .inputrc to not use the system bell.
I copied the /etc/skel/.inputrc to my home directory and
everything started working again.
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