Vincent Vermeulen wrote:For information on how to edit the inputrc file, see info bash under the Readline Initialization section. info readline also has examples of the keybindings. That gives you all the info to make keybindings for Ctrl or Meta key + any printable key. For non-printable keys, you need to use the escape character and the escape sequence. Some examples are given in the info pages, other escape sequences you can find out with the read command as detailed here: https://code.google.com/p/iterm2/wiki/Keybindings#Escape_sequence_exploration
rayandrews wrote:But still no complete table of all possible keys available for binding.
Vincent Vermeulen wrote:rayandrews wrote:But still no complete table of all possible keys available for binding.
Yeah, I know. Couldn't find it either. But with the read command and the other info, you can get all the info. A table of all the keybindings won't be there until somebody makes it (hint hint ).
Vincent Vermeulen wrote:Reportedly, zsh is more like 4DOS than bash. The default shell on Linux Mint is bash, but you can also install zsh (sudo apt-get install zsh). Might be worth having a look. More info here: http://www.zsh.org/
You can change what you default shell is in Menu > Control Center > Users and Groups, Advanced Settings button, Advanced tab, change the Shell setting to zsh.
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