2
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1answer
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Window title in X shows wrong application name

I am using LXDE environment in Debian, but I think my question is general. When I have a window opened (i.e. terminal emulator running bash) the window has a window title with the text /bin/bash. When ...
6
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1answer
405 views

Why ssh does not turn terminal title back?

As you might know, when you ssh to a server from an X terminal (rxvt, gnome-terminal...), ssh changes the window title to reflect user@host, but it does not change it back. There are many tips how to ...
2
votes
1answer
113 views

How can a bash script detect support for window titling escape characters?

I have a debug trap that runs every time I enter a command in bash that sets the window title to indicate what command is running. I'm leaving out all the configuration details and boil it down to: ...
2
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3answers
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Fix terminal title after SSH remote logging to another machine

right now I am using an one-line perl code to change titles of my terminal bars, print("\e]0;@ARGV\7"); but every time after I ssh to another remote machine, the title will be modified by the host ...
1
vote
1answer
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How does “Remote tab title format” in Konsole work?

Some terminal programs, in particular Konsole supports "Remote title format" which allows you to specify title for remote tabs which includes placeholders like remote host. How does this work? Where ...
4
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2answers
296 views

Is there a way to lock terminal's title?

Sometimes there're lots of different sessions opened in own terminal's tabs and it's rather desirable to have theirs initial titles (named by session name) locked since local title tweaks make those ...
1
vote
1answer
173 views

Different Title formats for different Terminal apps?

I use a script which either activates an already running window of a program, or starts that program if it is not running.  It uses different shortcut-keys; one for each of my most used apps — it ...
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1answer
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GNU Screen: new window name change

I can change the name of a window with Ctrl-a Shift-a. Instead of editing several window names by hand, is there a way to have them automatically named after the current directory?