The Linux Terminal (also called console) is a wrapper program which sends user input to the shell and outputs the result after the command have been processed.

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Enable Alt-tab in Windows running through Linux terminal

Tearing my hair out over this. On my desk at work is a HP HSTNC-001L-TC terminal, and through this I connect to our server which has Windows Server 2008. The problem is alt-tab doesn't work. I've ...
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How to stop grep matching in terminal escape sequences (or colorize to multiple colours)?

I've written a bunch of scripts to colorize matches, like this: $ echo abcdef | grepg c ab[green]c[/green]def $ echo abcdef | grepr e abcd[red]e[/red]f It also works when I chain it: $ echo abcef ...
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double click/click-drag-release on terminal to select a text results CTRL-C

When I double-click in a terminal, for example xterm, konsole, to select text, it'll select text and then the cursor return. It's not expected because the cursor should be not be moved. I meet this ...
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Keep Session with Terminator

I am using Terminator for multiple Terminal Sessions. I know I can start with custom Session layout but most of the time I have changing Session settings. Is it possible to save the current Session ...
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Folders visible in terminal but not on file browser (pcmanfm)

I copied a folder onto a pen drive from my laptop at home yesterday. Today I wanted to copy these onto my desktop at work so I connected the pen drive and opened it with pcmanfm. To my surprise, the ...
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MobaXTerm colors are washed out - how to configure the scheme

Out of the box, MobaXTerm's rendering of the Midnight Commander screen looks like this (ZOC by comaprison to the right; PuTTY looks similar): How can I fix this? Is there some environment variable ...
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Ubuntu pervasive RubyGems

Hey guys I downloaded the Pagodabox gem via gem install pagoda which gives me the terminal command $ pagoda From here I can run all of my fun pagoda commands like $ pagoda -a app tunnel -c ...