getc() problem with Cygwin v1.0
Fri Jan 14 11:50:00 GMT 2000
--- Dtcohen@aol.com wrote:
> Chris, Ernie, et al,
> OK, we're probably getting closer but I tried setting CYGWIN=tty
> in Control Panel -> System -> Environment, (and then re-starting bash) and
> unfortunately we're not quite there yet (I'm having the same problems).
> I also tried setting CYGWIN32=tty and CYGWIN_TTY=1 (just because I
> found them set on my B20.1 system) and still no luck. And just to be sure
> I also tried setting them all in my AUTOEXEC.BAT (even though I'm running NT)
> and my .bashrc (even though the instructions say that it must be set BEFORE
> the shell is running); still no success.
> As per Ernie's suggestion I have included a paste of cygcheck -r -s -v.
> I hope this helps. Please get back to me with any more suggestios.
> P.S. sorry if it takes a day for me to respond. My v1.0 system is at
> Many thanks,
> Jim Grishaw
> ----------------------- Paste of "cygcheck -r -s -v"
> Cygnus Win95/NT Configuration Diagnostics
> Current System Time: Fri Jan 14 10:28:37 2000
> WinNT Ver 4.0 build 1381 Service Pack 3
> Path: /cygdrive/d/grishaw/bin
As always, /bin should be first in the PATH, but that isn't going to solve your
> SysDir: C:\WINNT\System32
> WinDir: C:\WINNT
> CYGWIN32 = `tty'
> CYGWIN = `tty'
> HOME = `/cygdrive/d/grishaw'
> PWD = `//D/grishaw'
> TEMP = `C:\TEMP'
> TERM = `ansi'
Try `export TERM=cygwin'. Yea, I know Chris said that it shouldn't matter.
Hmm... I just did `export TERM=ansi' and I can still do the backspace. What
happens if you do Ctrl-H instead of the Backspace key? Is it possible that
your Backspace key is mapped to be the Delete key? BTW, my CYGWIN variable
isn't set at all.
Earnie Boyd < mailto:email@example.com >
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