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Re: up-arrow no longer works right
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- From: Mikael Magnusson <mikachu@xxxxxxxxx>
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- Subject: Re: up-arrow no longer works right
- Date: Fri, 20 Mar 2009 02:41:55 +0100
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2009/3/20 TjL <luomat@xxxxxxxxx>:
> I thought I had asked this already, but I don't see it anywhere, so
> maybe I just imagined it.
> I have Zsh setup so that if I start typing and then press the
> up-arrow, it will go through the history and show me only those
> history commands that match what I have already typed.
> (I'm going to assume you all know what I'm talking about at this
> point. If it's not clear, let me know).
> The oddity is that sometimes (usually after exiting from ssh and/or
> screen) zsh seems to "forget" that, and pressing the up-arrow will
> just go back through my history line by line, ignoring what I have
> already typed.
> Usually at that point I just exit the shell and open a new one, but
> I'd really like to be able to kick-start my existing session if
> possible (especially when I've ssh'd somewhere).
I don't know what the actual problem is, but in the meantime, rather
than exiting and re-logging in, just run 'exec zsh'.
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