08-18-2009 11:40 PM
I'm facing a strange problem on HP-UX 11.31 Itanium machine;
When logging in as 'root' ; I can type the letter '@' at the prompt normally.
But when logging in as any other user (i.e oracle) I find that when typing '@' at the prompt it skips to a new line, and the '@' character is discarded from the command.
I'm using Reflection 14 (trial) and Absolute Telnet 7.x and Putty and this happens in all of them.
I appreciate your help as I'm an Oracle DBA and new in HP-UX administration.
08-19-2009 12:06 AM
stty kill ^z worked for me, but it is not saved in oracle .profile as I couldn't find such file or either .login file (in /home/oracle).
If I re-login, It comes back again.
I used "useradd" command according to Oracle Installation documentation and looks like no .profile nor .login was created.
This also can explain that I need to go to ORACLE_HOME/bin directory to run Oracle tools as no paths are defined at login time.
Any directions/advice regarding those missing files?
08-19-2009 12:55 AM
Ack! ^Z is for susp, not kill.
>but it is not saved in oracle .profile as I couldn't find such file or either .login file (in /home/oracle).
>Any directions/advice regarding those missing files?
You can just copy the real shell then scummy C shell skeleton files there.