Re: Editing with mc

On Sun, 29 Aug 2010, Helmut Hullen wrote:

To: mc gnome org
From: Helmut Hullen <Hullen t-online de>
Subject: Re: Editing with mc

Hallo, Thomas,

Du meintest am 29.08.10 zum Thema Re: Editing with mc:

1) I don't know a short cut key to get to the beginning or to the
end of a file I'm editing, what am I missing?

CTRL-Home will move you to the top of the file you are editing.
CTRL-End ditto end of file.

That's what I'm expecting, but the cursor moves only to the
beginning or the end of the line!

Same unexpected behaviour here;
mc-20100509_git (Slackware-current)

which terminal emulator are you using?

Sorry - what are you asking for, how can I detect what you want to know?

Do you mean "TERM"?

       echo $TERM

tells "xterm" (running the machine via "putty").

Maybe that's the reason. When I go to the real keyboard (and not via
"putty") then "echo $TERM" tells "linux", and Ctrl-end works as
described. With old and new versions of mc.

I use konsole terminal emulator part of KDE, under XFCE.

[root karsites]# yum whatprovides "/usr/bin/konsole"
Loaded plugins: refresh-packagekit

6:kdebase-4.4.5-1.fc12.i686 : KDE Core Files
Repo        : installed
Matched from:
Other       : Provides-match: /usr/bin/konsole

I can ssh -X 10.x.x.x to a remote machine with that.
Ctrl keys work OK on konsole.


Viele Gruesse!
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