Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 634739
terminal exit with backspace or Delete button
Last modified: 2012-08-16 17:47:41 EDT
Description of problem:
When I try to erase greek characters in terminal with backspace or delete buttons, the terminal exit.
Also the delete button erases backward instead of forward, as it is supposed. The backspace button looks work fine for whitespaces.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.open a terminal
2.input greek characters
3.use backspace or delete to erase
Can you run Terminal from some other terminal program? ie, gnome-terminal, xterm, roxterm, etc and see if it has any output when it exits like this? Any kind of crash?
How are you inputing the greek. Is your login set to a greek locale?
Created attachment 448131 [details]
According to the message in attachment it is gnome-panel crash, actually.
Additional i notice that occurs with arrows buttons sometimes.
#Kevin i could not use other terminal program.
Are you using gnome-terminal here? Are you logged into a gnome session?
yes i m using gnome-terminal and i logged in with liveuser account.
Then this should be moved to gnome-terminal.
Terminal is the Xfce terminal program. ;)
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