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How can I ring the audio bell within a bash script running under gnu screen?

In a konsole terminal window outside of screen running a bash shell with TERM set to konsole-256color if I type: echo -n $'\a' or echo -n $'\eg' or ./ringbell where contents of ./ringbell is ...
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Will any (recent) Linux terminal emulator allow me to save my session (tabs, history, etc)?

Over time, I become invested in my terminal sessions: tabs, command history, window layout and title, etc. Eventually, a reboot requires me to start all over again which wastes my time. The two ...
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1answer
93 views

Determine which session manager restored Konsole a script is running under

If you log out of a KDE session with any Konsole terminals still open, they'll be there when you log back in (unless you've configured KDE otherwise). How can any scripts running under these ...
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2answers
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Is it possible to send a console session from a terminal emulator to another under Linux?

This is a bit odd question, maybe, but I would like to know if it is possible to move an active console session from a terminal emulator to another. More specific, let's say that I'm using KDE and ...
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1answer
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echoing the absolute path of new directory on doing cd

Whenever I do a "cd" at the Konsole, I get a warning msg (echo: Command not found. I think this happens because Konsole tries to output the path to the new directory, but instead of doing echo ...
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2answers
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VIM: How to configure Solarized colorscheme in Konsole

I am trying to configure Solarized for use in VIM in Konsole (KDE terminal). This is the result that I get: Note that Solarized looks fine in GVIM on the same machine: I suspect that it is ...
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1answer
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How can I achieve the opposite of kde-open?

Is there any way to achieve the opposite of what kde-open does in KDE? I mean, I want to be able to open files using emacs inside the terminal, instead of using the X version of emacs. I already run ...
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Is there a Konsole equivalent for gnome?

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 ...
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1answer
707 views

determining the desktop or window ID of a given terminal emulator window from a PID

I want to know which desktop a given process is running in. I can get this from the window ID using wmctrl. I can also find out which terminal emulator process a given process is running in by ...
2
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2answers
1k views

Using konsole (kde) color schemes in gnome terminal?

Is there a way to colorize the Gnome terminal in the way the konsole from KDE uses colors? I'd at least like to change the color for user@name:~$, because sometimes it gets pretty hard to read when ...
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1answer
528 views

GNU/Linux: Open programm in Konsole / Term

How can you run an application directly inside a Konsole (KDE) or Terminal (GNOME)? I'm particularly interested in having a shortcut to Emacs: emacs -nw Being in KDE, that would open a Konsole and ...
2
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3answers
168 views

most reliable linux terminal app / general procedures for process stability

I've been using konsole (KDE 4.2) for a while now but it crashed recently. Konsole is efficiently designed to use one instance for all of the windows for your entire X session. Extra-unfortunately, ...
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2answers
659 views

change konsole-profile according to application in KDE

Using the Konsole terminal-emulator with KDE on Kubuntu 9.10 , I would like to have a different konsole profile (colors, icons) whenever I ssh into a server, so I can easily spot in which konsole tab ...
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1answer
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konsole color schemes

I've noticed that KDE's konsole terminal program uses different colors depending on what is in the file system, such as a directory, a compressed file, a socket, a shared directory, et cetera. I ...
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2answers
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Change terminal colors when connecting to remote server, Linux

I have a habit of changing the terminal background to another color scheme when connected to a remote server. This prevents lots of theoretical, unfortunate mishaps. Is there a way to change the ...