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/usr/share/terminfo/p/putty
This one makes both HOME and END keys to print "~", and I don't have these two on my computer:

/usr/share/terminfo/p/putty-256color
/usr/share/terminfo/v/vt100-putty

But, I guess that's the way to solve the probelm :-) here is what I have on my machine:

leps<23> ls /usr/share/terminfo/v/
v200-nam   vi300         vitty         vt100-nav-w  vt200-old     vt320nam
v320n      vi300-old     vk100         vt100-s      vt200-w       vt330
v3220      vi50          vp3a+         vt100-s-bot  vt220         vt340
v5410      vi500         vp60          vt100-s-top  vt220+keypad  vt400
vanilla    vi50adm       vp90          vt100-top-s  vt220-8       vt400-24
vapple     vi55          vremote       vt100-vb     vt220-8bit    vt420
vc103      vi550         vs100         vt100-w      vt220-js      vt420f
vc203      vi603         vs100-x10     vt100-w-am   vt220-nam     vt420pc
vc303      viewpoint     vsc           vt100-w-nam  vt220-old     vt420pcdos
vc303a     viewpoint3a+  vt-61         vt100-w-nav  vt220-w       vt50
vc403a     viewpoint60   vt100         vt100nam     vt220d        vt50h
vc404      viewpoint90   vt100+fnkeys  vt102        vt300         vt510
vc404-s    vip           vt100+keypad  vt102-nsgr   vt300-nam     vt510pc
vc414      vip-H         vt100+pfkeys  vt102-w      vt300-w       vt510pcdos
vc414h     vip-Hw        vt100-am      vt125        vt300-w-nam   vt52
vc415      vip-w         vt100-bm      vt131        vt320         vt520
venix      vip7800-H     vt100-bm-o    vt132        vt320-k3      vt525
versaterm  vip7800-Hw    vt100-bot-s   vt200        vt320-k311    vt61
vi200      vip7800-w     vt100-nam     vt200-8      vt320-nam     vt61.5
vi200-f    visa50        vt100-nam-w   vt200-8bit   vt320-w       vv100
vi200-rv   visual603     vt100-nav     vt200-js     vt320-w-nam


On 3/26/07, Ken Bloom <kbloom@gmail.com> wrote:
On Monday 26 March 2007 13:06, Matin Hashemi wrote:
> Hello everybody :-)
>
> I know this may sound so classic, but how do I make PuTTY correctly
> handle the END key in bash? I use PuTTY 0.58 and remote connect to a
> Linux machine with bash version 3.00.0(2)-release
> (i686-pc-linux-gnu)....
>
> There is an option in putty configuration menu: Terminal->Keyboard:
> the HOME and END keys: 1) standard 2) rxvt
>
> The HOME key works fine either ways, but the END key doesn't do
> anything in rxvt mode and prints "~" in the standard mode!
>
> What do I do? :-)
>
> I can install a different version of PuTTY or bash if that helps....

/usr/share/terminfo/p/putty
/usr/share/terminfo/p/putty-256color
/usr/share/terminfo/v/vt100-putty

Does setting TERM=putty (or one of these other options) help? I imagine
you'd need to try this with Putty's default settings.

--Ken

--
Ken Bloom. PhD candidate. Linguistic Cognition Laboratory.
Department of Computer Science. Illinois Institute of Technology.
http://www.iit.edu/~kbloom1/

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