manning1 "at" tds.net
Wed Jul 24 07:40:02 2002
On some Unix systems, "@" is the default "kill" character. Check your
stty settings with "stty -a" in the terminal window and see if it says
"kill = @".
If so you need to map it to another charater. For instance, to map it
to Ctrl-U, you'd type:
stty kill \^u
Just a shot in the dark since I don't use X. Good luck!
On Tue, 23 Jul 2002 21:03:04 -0700, you wrote:
>Just ran across one I can't figure out while using tightVNCviewer and vi
>in a terminal window I can't enter the @ character nothing prints. Its
>as if the key was dead, but it works when I'm not in the vncviewer
>window. Kind of hard to write perl code with out using the @ character.
>Any advice much appreciated.