At the place where I work we're developing under AIX with ksh and connecting to it via telnet. Most people use ArcTel to connect, while I prefer PuTTY. The only problem I have with PuTTY is that the ...
I would like to know how we can map the keys Ctrl-D in ksh to exit the shell as it does in bash shell. Not much familiar with key binding in ksh. Edit My comments are after the <!-- string ...