Today, I working on remote session with ksh and I have a problem to call previous command, I don't want to use command "history" and select history command by copy & paste to execute again.
How to use Up Arrow on keyboard to call previous command line and make editable?
I found how to solve it!!!
Step 1: Open Configuration files for your shell.
set -o emacsStep 3: reloading configuration file
alias __A=$(print '\0020') # ^P = up = previous command
alias __B=$(print '\0016') # ^N = down = next command
alias __C=$(print '\0006') # ^F = right = forward a character
alias __D=$(print '\0002') # ^B = left = back a character
alias __H=$(print '\0001') # ^A = home = beginning of line
. .profileThanks unix.com