- 13 Nov 2011 -
I had this problem for a while and just ignored it for a while till it was unbearable. Well after googling a bit I came across stackoverflows answer.
^E are commands of bash’s “emacs mode”. All I had to do was in the terminal type
r2d2:~ satyajit$ set -o
and found out vi was set to on and emacs to off. I edited ~/.bashrc to add:
set -o emacs
And yes got the key bindings back to
This got me wondering on the
set - o to vi mode. I am a HUGE fan of vi. I love the modal editing so why not just use it. In fact it seems better than
^E. Love the vi key bindings.