Re: How do i scroll in bash using keyboard?
Sushil Mantri wrote:
Thanks a lot Karl for replying but maybe i did not bring my problem
I use a gui terminal, and i want to scroll through the scroll back
buffer using keyboard only. <shift> + pgup is painful as i dont use
PgUp much. Also it scrolls the whole page, i want to scroll more
like the mouse does, 1 line at a time. Also piping it to other files
is not what i am looking for.
At least konsole (terminal program of Kubuntu) knows the shortcut shift
+ up-arrow/down-arrow to scroll a single line at a time. Maybe your
terminal program does the same.
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