X is forwarded. i also tried konsole and gnome-terminal. mouse clicks work,
but CTR-ENTER does not.
On 12/21/06, Wiseman <[email protected]> wrote:
> It seems Ctrl+Enter is read from the X server or the console directly,
> thus not supported in bare terminals. Alt+Enter will work in most,
> though, and you can try ssh -X to enable X forwarding, which, at least
> for me, makes Ctrl+Enter work.
> I'd suggest fully configurable key shortcuts (supporting both real
> keys and terminal keys for all cases) for future versions of MC to
> avoid this confusion and allow it to be customized.
> On 12/20/06, I. B. <[email protected]> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > have interesting observation
> > i ssh into several machines with the same nfs mounted home directory.
> > on one host i am not getting filename put to the command prompt when
> > "CTR-Enter" pressed.
> > does anyone knows what is that about?
> > thanx a lot
> > ~igRek
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