I've been a linux user for years. Very used to the bash shell, used to linux shell key mappings that come with most mainstream distros. I'm also a happy vim user in linux & love my arrow keys.
Just started a job where 90% of the systems are solaris & the default shell for administrators is ksh. The key mappings, things like autocomplete & history not working they way they should and is driving me insane.
How do I get the following working in solaris:
Arrow keys working in the shell, the way they do in bash for say RHEL, ubuntu. This means using arrow keys to scroll through my history or edit my current command line
Tab completion working, so that i can complete filename / directory paths with tab, or show me matches if there's more then one.
- Vim working they way it does in linux, so that when i use the arrow keys i don't get ABCD. I'd like it to make the cursor move.