> I checked what shell root was using and it was sh (/bin/sh). So the
> information on my first post was inaccurate. My bad. I thought the
> shell was csh.
> So, I changed root's shell to csh. The problem of no .history via up
> and down arrows went away. The arrow keys now access the .history file.
> Strange. Did I possibly do something to screw up the sh shell?
> Michael Chinn
The only thing that's wrong is that root is using /bin/sh, and the only way
that can really happen is if someone changes it. :-/
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