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This is *NOT* a kernel question. Take this kind of stuff elsewhere.

The reason? RPM is NOT meant to take any input, on installation of a
package. if you're trying to do that, you're doing it the wrong way.

Chad


On Wed, 6 Dec 2000, kouqian wrote:

> a program using getch() function (included in curses.h) runs OK when it executes in
> system prompt.
> when I put it in rpm package's %post section, it can start running until getch()
> statement. press any key to test getch(), getch() has no response!
>
> Can anybody tell me how to resolve this problem?
> thanks very much.
>
>
> kouqian@etang.com
>
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