The Gnu readline library is used by other programs, such as shells and interpreters, to provide common line-editing capabilities.

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Control-Backspace (unix-kill-rubout) for readline?

In readline(3) I should be able to map Control-Backspace to the same function as Control-W (unix-kill-rubout). Regardless of what I put in ~/.inputrc I'm unable to get this to be recognized. \C-\b: ...
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SQLite with readline support on Ubuntu

I had the sqlite3 package installed on Ubuntu and there's no support for readline. That means there's no command history and those other nifty features readline gives you. Is this a configuration or ...
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Terminal tab completion [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Bash completion for commands in Mac OS I'm just moved from linux to mac, and one of the problems I'm having is that tab completion is only 1 level deep, and I'm not sure ...
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Ctrl-e and Ctrl-a not working on Ubuntu Hardy?

I use a Mac, so I don't have Home and End keys on my keyboard. I also SSH to Linux servers quite a bit. I've found that when I SSH to an Ubuntu Linux server running Jaunty I can use the readline ...