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Old 7th June 2004, 02:24 AM
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Scroll down to the last line by "end" key in "less" using "Terminal GNOME&q

Hi,

After upgrade from FC1 to FC2 "end" key which allowed me to scroll down to the last line in "less", have stoped working (instead of scroll I hear beep and see ":").
I checked in Terminal GNOME and xterm. I think it's problem with X's or Gnome, 'couse in pure console (ctrl-alt-f1) eveythink is ok.

Does anybody know what is wrong?
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