Ksh is the executable name for the Korn shell developed by David Korn at AT&T Laboratories in the early 1980s. It is commonly used in Solaris and is favored for its ability to use Emacs and Vi shortcuts at the command line.

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home, end, delete, pageup, pagedown with ksh

I want to use home, end, delete, pageup, pagedown with ksh. My TERM is xterm-color. These keys works fine with tcsh and zsh, but not with ksh (print a tilda ~) I found this: bind '^[[3'=prefix-2 ...
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svn: Too many arguments to import command

Having a problem with the --message flag to the svn import command. On some servers it works, but on others it gets confused if the message contains spaces, even if you single or double quote the ...
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Automate an interactive command which use /dev/tty

well pretty much it's in the title. I've a interactive command. This one ask for a password through /dev/tty. I use this command within a shell script. So the command should read the information ...