LFS 6.1-testing issues

Bryan Kadzban bryan at kadzban.is-a-geek.net
Wed Apr 13 16:33:21 PDT 2005


Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> Bryan Kadzban wrote:
>> None of your boot scripts (or your login scripts) set stty erase 
>> ^H, correct?  You never know...
> 
> Not unless it's done in the lfs-bootscripts.

I don't believe it is, because my 6.1 system (using the lfs-bootscripts)
doesn't do it.

> When I compiled the kernel, I turned off Legacy (BSD) PTY support. 
> I'll build another kernel and add that back and see if that makes a 
> difference.

I don't think it will -- I have it off here too.  But it'd be worth a
shot.

>> Did you say you were using some kind of framebuffer console?  Does 
>> it help at all if you change that, or did you try that already?
> 
> No.  I do use vga=0x0f07 on the kernel line, but that shouldn't 
> affect input.

Well, in theory no, but if vesafb (or whatever) uses a different line
discipline, it might.
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