(Ack. I broke bugzilla again. Will file a bug..)
If I sftp to a machine, and use
then realise my mistake, press backspace six times, so that it reads:
then press enter. a directory called "Apache" is not created.
$ ls -tr1|tail -1|cat -v
$ echo $LANG
I'm sorry but I cannot reproduce your problem at all. Backspace works normally
here. What are the $LANG settings on both client and server machine? What
terminal application do you use?
This is most probably some misconfiguration on your setup or there is bug in the
terminal application used.
Both client and server are de_AT.UTF-8.
I am using gnome-terminal.
Reproduceable in gnome-terminal only (not xterm or konsole) -> reassign.
Is this broken in FC4 only, or rawhide too? I have a really vague memory of a
bug like this getting fixed some time ago.
If it's already fixed in rawhide, maybe we can do an fc4 update.
Ugh. It's still broken in Rawhide too. Here are some umlauts to test! Ã¶Ã¤Ã¼
Fix is in upstream cvs, we should make sure it gets into FC6
Fixed in 0.13.5-1.fc6