• Home and End keys on putty ssh connection

    From Philipp Giebel@2:240/5853.2 to All on Fri May 19 11:28:52 2017
    Hey everybody!

    I'm using golded on a raspi in my LAN (and another golded on my node server..). To both I connect using several SSH clients. Putty on Windows and the plain "shell SSH command" on OSX...
    On none of these my home and end keys are accepted. Both seem to translate to something starting with ESC, 'cause golded always wants to quit when I press one of these keys..
    On Putty, I can setup the behaviour of these keys to "Standard" or "rxvt" but none of these change anything. It's always "quit"..
    Is there a way to make these keys work on ssh connections?

    Cheers,
    Philipp


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  • From Kai Richter@2:240/77 to Philipp Giebel on Sat May 20 21:42:16 2017
    Hello Philipp!

    19 May 17, Philipp Giebel wrote to All:

    "Standard" or "rxvt" but none of these change anything.

    I'm on standard. Try the Function Key settings. I'm on Xterm R6.

    Another important thing could be the charset. For modern machines use utf-8. But is golded ready for utf-8? Try latin or something.

    Regards

    Kai

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  • From Philipp Giebel@2:240/5853.2 to Kai Richter on Mon May 22 11:12:20 2017
    Hey Kai!

    20 May 17 21:42, you wrote to me:
    I'm on standard. Try the Function Key settings. I'm on Xterm R6.
    Me, too. Standard and Xterm R6. But these really seem to be only for Function Keys behaviour..

    Another important thing could be the charset. For modern machines use utf-8. But is golded ready for utf-8? Try latin or something.
    Did so - no change.. :/

    Thanks anyway, so far.. :)

    Cheers,
    Philipp



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  • From Kai Richter@2:240/77 to Philipp Giebel on Mon May 22 12:30:58 2017
    Hello Philipp!

    22 May 17, Philipp Giebel wrote to Kai Richter:

    Thanks anyway, so far.. :)

    I'm sorry. I don't know if the keyboard driver has any influence in this. Another try could be something other than the de...nodeadkeys setting of the OS.

    Regards

    Kai

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