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I think my question is pretty clear when I try to open a new tab in my terminal(tilda) it doesn't remember the last working directory.

For example:

Current Tab:


After opening new Tab:


What I need is when I open new tab the current directory is set to last working directory /etc in above case.

I know I can use an application like tmux for the above feature but sometimes I just like to work in new tab rather than new window pane.

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Well, what "terminal" are you using? You are only showing us output from your shell (most likely a bash) and bash doesn't have tabs. Gnome-Terminal as shipped with Debians has the behaviour you are looking for ... – user1129682 Jun 15 '12 at 11:19
@user1129682: oh sorry I am new to all this. I am using tilda drop down terminal – RanRag Jun 15 '12 at 11:27

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