scrollback buffer in terminal

scrollback buffer in terminal

Post by Davi » Mon, 21 Jul 2003 11:34:02

Well here's an irritating "feature." When I am in Konsole and I use vi
or less to open a file, I can't view the scrollback buffer. And when I
quit vi or less, the portion of the screen that contained the file
contents are not available in the scrollback buffer. Any way to correct

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