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I have already write a function into the .bashrc, and it's also working for current. Anyway, it looks like:

function myserver() {
     ssh frank@192.168.1.10
}

and To visit my remote server I can easily run it on my command line:

myserver

But I have to manage different server at my computer, so many different remote server use the same terminal's title, same time it's really confusing me. My question is how can I set the terminal's title by the first command, which mean when I do myserver1 and the title will be myserver1 and when I do rest command it will no going to change anymore. When I open second terminal (total new one), and if I do ls -la , it's title will be ls or ls -la will be ok. How can I reach that?

  • Does this answer your question? – ckujau Oct 9 '18 at 4:15
  • @ckujau I have tried it but doesn't work as I expect. – Frank AK Oct 9 '18 at 8:12
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@ckujau - no. offhand, that would be a terminal-specific feature (to set the title exactly once using escape sequences) which no one's implemented. Some provide a feature where the terminal can be started with an unchangeable title.

  • Yes, I want to implement it as Xshell, which is Window's tool. but I can't find any suite way to reach that for now. – Frank AK Oct 9 '18 at 8:11
  • sorry - I've ignored xshell since it's a commercial product with few users, and no (freely-accessible) documentation. Its manual would be the place to answer your question. However, I see that recently there's a free download to investigate. But if it's NDA, it's moot. – Thomas Dickey Oct 9 '18 at 8:22
  • Anyway, I found another way to distinguish it with export PS1="\h:\W 🍋 ". I use different emoji to each server. :P Thanks anyway – Frank AK Oct 9 '18 at 8:38
  • It won't work except for a special case. For example, editors which set the title string are unaffected by that :-) – Thomas Dickey Oct 9 '18 at 9:01

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