Not AS related - sorry (

dschaible@balmar.com)
Fri, 26 Nov 1999 09:29:28 -0500


     I didn't know who else to ask, and this seems like a simple question.  
     My apologizes to the list in advance.
     
     However, someone installed a RedHat 6.1 box to do many production 
     related tasks (and it is running AS), but they seem to have left out 
     the program that makes the command history accessible to the up and 
     down arrow keys.  It's just annoying not having it.  Does anyone know 
     the name of the program that does this so that I may install it?  Or 
     is it a config thing?  All of the linux installs I've done, be it 
     Caldera, SuSe, Slackware, even RH have never left this out and I 
     always thought it was just a kernel function, but I guess that was a 
     bad assumtion.
     
     Once again, I apologize for asking here, but I am an avid AS 
     user/supporter, does that help?
     
     - Derek


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