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disabling mouse support in `vim` in a `gnome-terminal` environment

Edit: The problem of an enabled mouse in vim appears to be specific to gnome-terminal (version 3.4.1.1-1; I am using gnome 3 fallback mode). If I run xterm, mouse support in vim is disabled by ...
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GNOME-Terminal: Create new terminal tab on remote machine

Is there a way to open a new terminal tab in GNOME-Terminal when working on a remote machine that is connected via ssh?
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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.
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8-bit input in gnome-terminal

I'm trying to switch from xterm to gnome-terminal but having trouble with alt keys. I have already disabled menu access keys, but I still need 8-bit inputs. In xterm I can set 8-bit inputs in ...
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How do I get rid of the small nub in the bottom right corner of my terminal?

I'm setting up XMonad within Linux Mint, and I've been able to remove the menubar and the scrollbar from my terminal windows, but I can't get rid of the small resizing nub in the bottom right corner. ...
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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.
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Nonblinking cursor in xmonad

I'm trying to get a nonblinking cursor in gnome-terminal. In gnome I used gconftool-2 -s /apps/gnome-terminal/profiles/Default/cursor_blink_mode -t string off do accomplish this. How can i stop the ...
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Why does F10 in gnome-terminal open the right-click menu?

I am running Fedora 17 gnome (shell) 3 and gnome terminal 3.4.1.1. I am a user of both gnome-terminal and midnight commander. As default gnome-terminal has always used F10 (which I need while using ...
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How to add color themes to Gnome-Terminal's GUI preferences?

I use Gnome-Terminal for a lot of my work, and like separating my windows by color based on the task that I'm doing, so I've set up several profiles using the Preferences GUI. I found some color ...
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Terminal 256 colors don't work through Tmux [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Getting 256 colors to work in tmux I want to set my terminal to 256 colors. I normally use the Gnome terminal which is shipped by default in Ubuntu but I also downloaded ...
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terminal: non-english characters

I used to be able to copy&paste (or type if I load respective keyboard layout) any kind of characters (eg. é ö ñ ß و 好) in my console/terminal. Now I bought a new computer and it does not work ...
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How can I disable terminal resizing

Vim scripts sometimes resize the whole shell (in my case the Taglist plugin). I don't want this behavior, which is possible with the shell command resize, too. Is there a way to suppress the whole ...
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Debian “sid”/Gnome: bash + browser cursor blink

I'm struggling to make the cursor in bash stop blinking. Also, the cursor in Iceweasel has started blinking again, but, for some reason, a lot slower than in bash :) I got those problems since I ...
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Gnome Terminal won't autocomplete

My gnome-terminal on a ubuntu 10.10 machine is not working the way it should work. No autocomplete is working. ctrl + l won't clear the screen, bash prompt is simply a $ and nothing else. I got this ...
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How to re-adjust content while resizing gnome-terminal?

Some times when I am compiling a script the parameters are so long that they cover many lines in the terminal. When I resize the terminal in order to read more clearly, the content does not ...
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How to bypass GNOME Terminal when sending keyboard input?

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 ...
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Configurable tab-bar, or rich-featured terminal emulator

Is there any terminal emulator where the user can choose the position of the tab bar? I want to have the tab bar on the left, with vertically aligned tabs, or configure the tab-bar to be multi-line. I ...
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Ctrl + c will not kill process

I have looked for answers and so far have found nothing to answer my question. I am currently logging in to my Ubuntu server and upon running a process I can not run any of the interrupts on it. Here ...
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Creating SSH Terminal Wrapper

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 ...
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Set Gnome terminal's default charset to utf8

Currently, I opened my gnome terminal and the default charset is gb2312. How can set the default charset to utf8 in Gnome terminal? I checked the preference setting but seemed not to find it. ...
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How to clear terminal completely?

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?
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No output to log from tee when starting mplayer as an arg to gnome-terminal

I want to view mplayer's normal terminal output, and also write it to a log. That works fine when I run mplayer from the commandline, eg: mplayer "$HOME/gdr01.wav" 2>&1 |tee $HOME/junk.log ...
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Narrow characters

It would be awesome to modify spark to print narrow characters in for example Gnome Terminal. Is this at all possible with Bash / Python?
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How can I launch gnome-terminal with unique titles for multiple tabs?

I've seen various posts about launching gnome-terminal with multiple tabs and the script below is working for me. That is to say, this script will launch gnome-terminal with various working ...
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Changing gnome terminal transparency with a command in Ubuntu?

How can I change the transparency of the Terminal windows in Ubuntu with a command? I already know about the profile method but want a command so that I can quickly swap between transparent and ...
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ESC key causes a small delay in terminal due to its Alt+ behavior

My terminal setup is gnome-terminal + tmux + zsh with vi bindings. In applications like vim or even in the zsh's command line vi editing mode, I need to frequently hit the ESC key but there is a ...
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How can I create a terminal window with one tab per long-running script that I can individually kill with ctrl-C and restart?

I am working on an application that requires running many long running scripts, some of which I want to restart from time to time. Currently, I am trying to use gnome-terminal to solve this problem, ...
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Interrupt sequence CTRL+C does not work for user

In any terminal operating under GNOME, if I press Ctrl+C, I only see a question mark. Same goes for Ctrl+Z. The output of stty -a | grep intr is: intr = ^C; quit = ^\; erase = ^?; kill = ^U; eof = ...
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Home key not working in terminal

I am using GNOME Terminal 2.7.3 and zsh 4.3.9 (x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu) Home and End are not working. Nothing happens and nothing gets displayed when I press them. but they work when I press shift + ...
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Ctrl+C does not work in gnome-terminal

On my Linux host, Ctrl+C does not seem to work and I do not know how to proceed to make it work. I am using Ubuntu 10.04 with bash 4.1.5(1), and working in Gnome-terminal. When I pressed Ctrl+C while ...
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Why does Ctrl+Arrow make my terminal switch to a strange mode?

When i type Ctrl+Left or Ctrl+Right within Guake or gnome-terminal the last one's behaviour turns to a some kind of non-usual mode: - key acts like arrow up and + like arrow down, v runs Nano, etc. ...
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How to get gnome-terminal in English?

Is it possible to select a different language for a specific application? On some systems I run Fedora15/Gnome in German, but want to use the Terminal in English including for the simple prompt ...
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indistinguishable active tab in gnome terminal

I am running Gnome 2.30.2 and Gnome Terminal 3.0.1 on my Debian Sid and recently the active tab became almost indistinguishable from other tabs. It is actually the same colour. Changing the themes ...
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Putty-like “Session Log” for gnome-terminal?

Is there a log feature for gnome-terminal like the "session log" in Putty? I want to log whatever I have typed in the gnome-terminal. I don't want to use pterm under Linux, I just want a ...
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Is it possible to set Gnome Terminal's title to “user@host” for whatever host I'm connected to?

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?
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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 ...
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It's possible to make XTERM and Gnome-keyring work together?

When I'am connecting to ssh with gnome-terminal application opens gnome-keyring dialog, so I am entering password only once per session and I can reconnect to same ssh more than once without asking ...
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Is there a “Open terminal here” from File Browser?

Something equivalent to Windows' "cmd prompt here", that will open a gnome-terminal on a specific folder?
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Copy-pasting in gnome-terminal

Can I configure it to allow: select right-click to copy right-click or ctrl-v to paste?