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    If I launch it my phone restarts by itself.
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    Known issue:

    Twitter / WebOS Internals: The WebOS Internals "Termi ...

    The WebOS Internals "Terminal" application is broken in webOS 1.4 - we'll get it fixed in the next couple of days.
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    wooow I thought it was just my ph....cause it kept on freezing, thank god for webos internals I knw they'll get it fix
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    Terminus still works. I don't like it as much as the Terminal app because I can't figure out how to do "pipe" symbols, and it doesn't seem to do a true vt100 emulation, but at least it works for now.
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    Terminal is broken for me too. But Terminus is working.
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    anyone know if any progress has been made on this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tmillz View Post
    anyone know if any progress has been made on this?
    I think terminal is still not working with 1.4. I have been using terminus with no problems at all
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    yeah, terminus works but until someone figures out how to do the pipe "|" symbol it is worthless!!!

    Ever try to issue Linux commands without a pipe symbol?
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    no
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey47 View Post
    yeah, terminus works but until someone figures out how to do the pipe "|" symbol it is worthless!!!

    Ever try to issue Linux commands without a pipe symbol?
    KelvinPre
    If you want to enter things like "|" (pipe), you can use bash's key binding feature.

    Create a file called .inputrc in your home dir. Here's what mine contains:
    ### begin
    "\M-q": "|"
    # why doesn't \M-\C-q work?
    "\M-w": "\\"
    "\M-y": "["
    "\M-u": "]"
    "\M-\C-y": "{"
    "\M-\C-u": "}"
    "\M-n": "<"
    "\M-m": ">"
    "\M-t": "~"
    "\M-c": "^"
    "\M-v": "`"
    ### end

    Note that "\M" means escape and "\C" means control.
    These keybindings only work at the bash prompt.

    Sometimes I need these chars in vi, so I created some files that contain the char I want, e.g. ssh into your phone, and run:
    printf '|' > pipe

    Then in vi, import the contents by typing ":r pipe". Of course you have to be in the same dir as the file or type its path, which can be a pain, but it's better than nothing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jordan23945bulls View Post
    KelvinPre
    If you want to enter things like "|" (pipe), you can use bash's key binding feature.

    Create a file called .inputrc in your home dir. Here's what mine contains:
    ### begin
    "\M-q": "|"
    # why doesn't \M-\C-q work?
    "\M-w": "\\"
    "\M-y": "["
    "\M-u": "]"
    "\M-\C-y": "{"
    "\M-\C-u": "}"
    "\M-n": "<"
    "\M-m": ">"
    "\M-t": "~"
    "\M-c": "^"
    "\M-v": "`"
    ### end

    Note that "\M" means escape and "\C" means control.
    These keybindings only work at the bash prompt.

    Sometimes I need these chars in vi, so I created some files that contain the char I want, e.g. ssh into your phone, and run:
    printf '|' > pipe

    Then in vi, import the contents by typing ":r pipe". Of course you have to be in the same dir as the file or type its path, which can be a pain, but it's better than nothing.
    OK, but how do you enter escape? That is supposed to be the back gesture, but when I swipe, it doesn't seem to work. :-(

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