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I've found solution here. In general: Run PuTTY Configuration. In the left pane, select Terminal, Features. Put a check mark next to "Disable application keypad mode". In the left pane, select Session. Save the settings.


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Here are two alternatives, depending on your end goal. Only show the trailing directory element PS1='^[]0;${USER}@${HOST}: ${PWD##*/}^Gksh$ ' This simply introduces the ## parameter substitution to your existing PS1 in order to greedily strip away characters until the final forward slash. This will shorten the PWD portion of the PS1 prompt string ...


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X11 resources have a name which consists of a series of components separated by a dot, such as xterm.vt100.geometry. The first component is the name of the application, the second component is a widget in that application, and the last component is a property of the widget. Widgets can be nested, so there can be more than three components, or just two for a ...


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appres XTerm xterm shows all the resources read by Xterm when invoked under the name xterm. This includes both user customizations uploaded to the X server (visible with xrdb -query) and default files read on the client side by the application. The first argument is the class name (conventionally starting with an uppercase letter; you can change it by ...


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X11 applications like xterm get their resources like the background colour from many places. xrdb only lists resources held by the X11 server. If you look in the man page for xterm you will find in the FILES section the names of files that are also read for resources. On my system they are /usr/share/X11/app-defaults/XTerm ...



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