My Debian Testing console is stealing my Ctrl-/ and using it as Backspace; Ctrl-/ is the single key-press Undo in bash and emacs. After some research, it looks like the Ctrl-/ -> Backspace mapping might be a traditional, historical mapping on ancient Unix consoles, but hasn't been that way in any other Linux console I've used for almost 20 years. I've spent lots of time looking in 'man keyboard' and other places and can't find the source of this (abnormally) traditional configuration and I'm hoping it's not a done through a kernel mod.
Any idea on what I have to tweak to get my Ctrl-/ back in the standard Debian console?
 Although, admittedly, I haven't used straight up Debian in as long either until recently.