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I'm looking for a Konsole equivalent for Gnome. I searched Google but was surprised how little I found.

I don't want a Quake-style dropdown console. I like tabs and the ability to send a command to all tabs. Any ideas?

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What's wrong with using Konsole in Gnome? –  digitxp Aug 20 '11 at 20:30

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The default terminal for Gnome is gnome-terminal, and it does support tabs.

When it comes to sending command to multiple servers at once, how about ClusterSSH?

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but i dont see a way to send a command to all tabs... :( –  Keltari Aug 20 '11 at 21:27

I would recommend checking out Compiz, which is definitely one of the best looking X-Window managers I've seen in a while. If you're more of a minimalist then IceWM is another option; it's lightweight and highly customizable. The X-Window manager for Gnome 3 (Mutter) is nice looking too, although some say it's bloated and no tabs that I'm aware.

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@ zds: I think he might have guessed that already. @ digitxp: Konsole is a KDE component; unless KDE is installed it won't work, and doing would defeat the purpose of running Gnome. –  l'L'l Aug 20 '11 at 21:32
    
Looking into apt on Ubuntu, Konsole only depends on the KDE runtime and some qt libraries. Nothing that would make the massive behemoth that is GNOME any slower. –  digitxp Aug 23 '11 at 0:19

I like ROXTerm. Has tabbing, Customizable profiles, the works. Plus its super lightweight.

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I can recommend guake

This is a "special" terminal which can be opened by pressing F12. It then slides down from the top and lets you do your work.

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thanks, but as I said I dont like quake style terminals. –  Keltari Aug 20 '11 at 21:04

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