When I run this command in a Linux terminal (konsole) and change then the windows size nothing happens. I have a second Linux in a virtual machine. There it works as expected. trap -- 'echo changed ...
Ip of my Windows machine is 172.16.22.53, and it installed cygwin. I want write a bash script like that: #!/bin/bash sshpass -p 'myPassWord' ssh userNmae@172.16.22.53 #and some command to run cmd ...
sorry,I reedit it.. In Windows machine ,I installed Ubuntu in my oracle vm virtualBox. In Ubuntu, if I want to connect to another Linux machine, I will write a command line in bash, like: $ ssh ...
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I want Firefox window to be opened in a specific size, and location on screen using a shell command, for example: firefox myfile.html size 800x600 location bottom-left Is there such a command?