I have a lot of directories with a \uFFFD (65533) character in it. The problem is that I can't really access this directory because of this character. For example I got a directory with the name: ...
When running an interactive shell application, how can I send it a key (or key combination) which would normally be intercepted by GNOME Terminal? In this particular instance it's the F10 key which is ...
When we use clear command or Ctrl+L in terminal, it clears terminal but we can still scroll back to view the last used commands. Is there a way to completely clear the terminal?