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Authored by: googoo on Aug 29, '06 05:50:34AM
I found the answer by reading the bash man page (imagine that?). Use the following command.

bind -f ~/.inputrc

You can substitute another filename to read keymaps from that file.

-Mark



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thanks plus a (worse) solution
Authored by: vike on Aug 04, '09 05:30:32PM
ive read that manual a lot but you know, its oh so long and, many subjects are discussed at multiple occasions.
so thanks for that one i had missed.
it will probably come to replace my previous inputrc key-binding:
  control-r: re-read-init-file

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