Does anyone knows how to use Terminator inside Tilda? I use Tilda emulator a lot but sometimes I need to have different terminal windows open to check things out and I don't want to open Terminator separatedly. Does anyone knows?
I just had the same question as this, because I though Terminator affords the ability for split windows, but @RAKK is right,
tmux can be used as well, here's how:
First, I wanted to have a customized
bash (which I start with command
mybash) start up, that can be done in Tilda with
/bin/bash -i -c 'LINES=10 COLUMNS=150 mybash' under Preferences / Title and Command / Command (
LINES=10 COLUMNS=150 is because I get
your 131072x1 screen size is bogus. expect trouble, this prevents it from showing second time):
Then, once Tilda starts, try running:
tmux new "nano ~/test.txt"
... and once
nano has started, press Ctrl-B, then
% (Shift+4); you should get something like this:
Note that sometimes when Tilda hides, and is shown again, it will not show the same layout of windows you saw last time, not sure how to restore it.
Some further resources:
There's the option of using tmux if you're looking for Terminator's split window function.