a quick linux tip
greg at romuald.net.eu.org
Thu Aug 22 23:17:20 EDT 2002
After doing reset, I also type "stty sane" to restore things to how they should be.
On Thu, Aug 22, 2002 at 08:16:02PM +0000, Tyler Spivey wrote:
> well, i decided to contribute my .02 to here, here goes:
> on most linux systems, maybe some other unix systems,
> there is a command called reset.
> if your terminal gets messed up (o echoing of commands, etc)
> or wierd things appear (hard to explain, but really odd things instead of a shell prompt
> for example), you can type reset at a shell prompt.
> that usually fixes the problem if it's a terminal issue.
> i don't know if this hapens on the linux console, but it happens to me on my serial terminal.
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