I use zsh and use vi editing mode. To go up in the history instead of pressing
ESC to go to the normal mode and pressing
k, I press
alt+k which sends the
esc character and sends
k afterwords (as per my understanding)
It works fine until I start a ssh session, even after closing the session it doesn’t work. Instead, when pressing
alt+k it inserts
This is something to do with the terminal and not the shell. However, opening a SSH session changes some runtime property of the terminal which I couldn’t think of.
st git commit: 63776c0962874dfab135a595a765b4d3b5fbcb65 (current master)
Any idea that helps is greatly appreciated.
PS: I have a very little understanding of how the terminals work internally.