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Page Up key behaviour in CentOS in bash history

Posted on 2011-03-04
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Hi,

if I have the following history:
1 ifconfig
2 tail /xyz
3 cvs up
4 cvs up -dP

On a Suse box I type "cvs "<pageup>, I get "cvs up -dP"
On a CentOs 5.5 box I get "ifconfig"

Does anyone know how to reconfigure the CentOs Box to behave like the SuSe-Box with the bash history? Which settings need to be changed? Which additional Infos do you need to Track this down?

Greetings Jürgen
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I think the comments here will answer that (check the one for .inputrc also)
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Copied /etc/inputrc from the SuSE-Box to the CentOS-Box and now have a similiar key behaviour an both systems.
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