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How can I make my shell behave like vim?

How can I make my shell behave like vim? I've seen other developers do it but I never got it installed/set up on my machine. Ubuntu 11.04
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Vim creates strange output when navigating up or down in Amazon EC2 Ubuntu

When navigating up or down in Vim whilst ssh-ed into an Amazon EC2 Ubuntu instance, strange output appears at the bottom of the screen. -I think the right-most info (e.g. 2,0-) is indicating cursor ...
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GVim Specify Directory for :browse open Command

I have added the line: :browse open to my vimrc file, but have been unsuccessful in getting GVim to open a file browser starting in a specified directory. In particular, I would like to know if it ...
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Updated Ubuntu 11.04 from 10.x and vim's menu bar disappeared

Since the update gvim no longer displays a menu. The toolbar continues to work as expected. I have tried :set guioptions-=m :set guioptions+=m From within vim, and on advice from a similar problem ...