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Putty Home/End Key on OpenSuse/SUSE

posted Aug 12, 2011, 4:49 PM by Dong Xu   [ updated Sep 17, 2013, 7:26 PM ]
Home Key when using PuTTy in Windows… By default, in /etc/inputrc on lines 135 & 136, the Home key is configured to do something entirely different to the normal "beggining of line" action which every other distro does. It seems this 'feature' has been present for a while! Simply remark out lines 135-136 so it looks like this.

#
# Home and End
#
$if term=xterm
#
# Normal keypad and cursor of xterm
#
#"\e[1~":       history-search-backward
#"\e[4~":       set-mark
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Change the Terminal-type String under the Connection > Data tab from the default “xterm” to “linux”. It worked for me.

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