Dangerous use of 'rm'

k k ingou88 at yahoo.gr
Tue Jul 11 09:50:55 BST 2006


> If you're using the default csh/tsch shell then you
> could start by
> adding this to ~/.cshrc
> 
>           if ( $?tcsh || $?csh ) then
>                   bindkey "^W" backward-delete-word
>                   bindkey -k up
> history-search-backward
>                   bindkey -k down
> history-search-forward
>                   bindkey "^?" delete-char
>                   bindkey "\e[3~" delete-char
>                   bindkey "\e[1~" beginning-of-line
>                   bindkey "\e[4~" end-of-line
>           endif
> 
>.................


nice,

  as my first touch with *nix was Suse, I used KDE,
and konsole. is one easy way, in KKDE, to see the past
things. if you press the scroll-lock key. its like a
simple console.


cheers

btw, steve works in a simple console [as i think]. so
your lines about .cshrc will be perfect.


	

	
		
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