ksh - no echo if prompt >80 (SHELL)
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SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9
which can happen in case of PWD included, there is no echo anymore. You have
to enter the commands "blind".
If your commandline is for example something like:
and you are using ksh or pdksh then any command you issue will be executed, but no echo shown.
In SLES10 and later you can use
set -o multiline
to disable this feature in ksh.
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- Creation Date: 21-Jun-2007
- Modified Date:19-Mar-2021
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