Chuck Anderson wrote:
Apparently nothing in the default install set requires ncurses, so
that leaves the system missing the commands "tput", "clear" and
"reset", the first of which at least is used by the default login
#grep -r tput /etc/profile*
/etc/profile.d/colorls.csh: if ( "`tput colors`" == "256" ) then
/etc/profile.d/colorls.sh: [ "x`tput colors 2>/dev/null`" =
"x256" ] && \
I get an error when I open a new shell with tcsh:
tput: Command not found.
I guess the provider of /etc/profile.d/colorls.* (coreutils) should
Requires: ncurses? Or should this be put into comps?
"clear" and "reset" are such a basic commands I'd expect them to
always be there. My .logout has had "clear" in it for more than 10
bash should require it, the file below is part of the bash package.
11:13 [summer@numbat ~]$ rpm -qf /etc/skel/.bash_logout
11:16 [summer@numbat ~]$
Possibly, mingetty too, it clears the screen.
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