In article <bggqvp$7jf$2pcls4.std.com>, <tonyaplawrence.com> wrote:>lallous <lallouslgwm.org> wrote:>>>Hello,>>I have a list of basic questions and I hope someone can help me out.>>3)what is the "Shift-PageUp" / "-PageDown" equivalent in
>>SCO as in Linux to scroll up to previous pages of text in
>>console ?Just as a heads-up for those who use still other platforms ->That's a function of the shell you are using, not Unix.
in FBSD - there is functionality for this built into the kernel.
I set my SC_HISTORY_SIZE to 400. That permits me to scroll back
16 screens using 'scroll-lock' and then page-up/page-down.
Since it is at kernel level on the console screen you can scroll
through all messages after the BIOS messages - eg everything
generated from the point of 'boot:' through login.
Hm. I see your note on that and that you are going to 'throw a>Though supposedly something in 5.0.7 is someday going to
>do something like that, see the part of
>[url]http://aplawrence.com/Reviews/osr507.html[/url] that talks about SCROLLSZ
brick at them' if one more Linux users tells you about
I will say tha having the Scroll-lock then page-up/down
functionality is wonderful. I don't have on 5.0.7 to try this on
so maybe scroll-lock might work.
Bill Vermillion - bv wjv . com