0
votes
1answer
49 views

open gnome terminal with serveral tabs and execute a few commands in every tab

This is what I want to accomplish: I want to open a gnome terminal with five tabs in it I want to run a set of commands (5 – 10 commands) in each tab automatically First tab: shall set clear-case ...
1
vote
1answer
182 views

Script that spawns terminal windows suddenly waiting for each window to close before opening the next one

I recently started using a bash script to setup terminal workspaces for myself, and everything worked fine for the first couple of days. I run the script, and four or five or seven terminals pop up, ...
0
votes
1answer
190 views

gnome-terminal comes up blank

I'm trying to get gnome-terminal to run on my system. I've tried various installation methods... Unfortunately all of them come up BLANK they also don't accept input very strange... here's a ...
10
votes
1answer
780 views

Why don't Linux terminal emulators support full colors?

I just upgraded my gnome-terminal to use 256 colors, yet I am a bit puzzled on the reason why a terminal emulator can't support the full palette any modern desktop environment provides. I guess ...
4
votes
1answer
609 views

Is there a way to temporarily change the terminal colour?

I use the gnome-terminal and most of my editors with a white on black theme as I find its easier on the eyes. One of my labs requires screenshots of the terminal (with the process) to be submitted ...
10
votes
1answer
1k views

Keyboard shortcut to set gnome-terminal tab title

I like to work in Linux without using the mouse, because of that I would like to know if there is any method to set a keyboard shortcut to set gnome-terminal tab title.
2
votes
1answer
2k views

How do I edit the terminal launch command in Linux Mint?

In Linux Mint (Debian-based) how can I edit what the shortcut Ctrl+Alt+t launches? For example, I would like to issue gnome-terminal with the --maximize option, and to have it launch tmux instantly.
4
votes
3answers
2k views

How do I kill 1 gnome-terminal window?

Why in the world do all my gnome terminals run under 1 process in Ubuntu? This is integrating things that should remain separated! I much prefer xterm's rational mode of running one process per ...