How do I fix this strange behavior with ssh, gnome terminal and gnu screen where function keys F1 through F4 are not accepted?
Here is what I am trying to do: open Gnome terminal launches with my command prompt ssh into work via VPN launch screen create two screen windows try to use F3 and F4 as "prev" and "next" with no ...
I'm currently using Fedora 18 gnome-terminal, then started tmux multiplexer in it. After I connected to a CentOS 5 server via ssh command, I find: ls result has no color tmux, screen, hexedit, htop ...
Is there a way to open a new terminal tab in GNOME-Terminal when working on a remote machine that is connected via ssh?
I'm new to scripting, but somewhat familiar with Linux. I am actually using this on a Fedora16 build, with Gnome3 and gnome-terminal... fyi. I flip through all sorts of ssh terminals all day long ...
I'd like to set the terminal title to user@host so I can easily tell which machine I'm connected to from the window title. Is there a way to do this from SSH or from GNOME Terminal?