troubleshooting Question

command line edit

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xiaoyunwuFlag for United States of America asked on
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I have linux red hat and bash shell. When I edit command line, it's vi. I can use ctrl+W to delete word backward from cursor. I try to use ctrl+B to move cursor backward, but it shows up as ^B on my command line, not sure why this happens. If I login as another user, everything works fine. Thanks.
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