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I don't know if you're still running into this issue, but I found my problem was I was running /bin/zsh as a custom command in my terminal profile. Disabling that fixed the issue for me - and still kept zsh as my primary shell.


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Add this to last line of your ~/.bashrc: unalias ls and type source ~/.bashrc


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You can also have a look at the workaround given at Red Hat Bugzilla - Bug 713955 - SSH_AUTH_SOCK environment variable not present in terminals launched via keyboard shortcut by adding this to your ~/.bashrc: #GPG and SSH agent not exported when running terminal by shortcut if [ -z "$GPG_AGENT_INFO" -a -z "$SSH_AUTH_SOCK" -a -n "$GNOME_KEYRING_CONTROL" ] ; ...


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Running gsettings reset-recursively org.gnome.system.proxy fixed the problem. There are two ways to define proxy settings: Manually set the http_proxy environment variable in /etc/environment or your bash profile. Define it in gnome system settings. I had not set the environment variable manually which is why recursive grep didn't find anything. ...


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It depends on your terminal. If this is something important to you, you could consider Emacs term-mode which gives you the full text-manipulation capability of the editing environment. It's possible that you consider that to be overkill, of course!


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If you use Urxvt, you can extend the keyboard functionality of the terminal using urxvt-perls, a collection of scripts that enables: selecting text passing URLs to your $browser searching your scrollback and yanking and pasting to and from your clipboard Essentially, with urxvt-perls installed, you can dispense with your mouse entirely.


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The following works for me (probably only on gnome-terminal): comp@home$ cat /usr/bin/ssh #!/bin/bash echo -ne "\033]0;${1}\007" ssh_bkup "$@" Where ssh_bkup command is just basic 'ssh' with a changed name, which is called right after the echo command changes the current terminal's title.


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Try to run gnome-terminal -x sh or gnome-terminal -e bash (from xterm or directly as command by Alt+F2) and you will get gnome-terminal with sh/bash. Then after Go to: Profiles > Profile Preferences > Command > Custom command (where you've set export TERM=xterm-256color) and make correction Hope this helps.


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It seems to be due to Gnome3 in the first place. I run Gnome 3.16 on top of Arch and I also experience a serieus lag with the terminal and sometimes high cpu usage. Gnome still has a couple of bugs, since 2011.. https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=186088 Just google on the combo Gnome and high memory usage. http://tinyurl.com/oj47p69



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