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How can the “single scroll” arrows be added to OSX Mavericks Terminal windows, et. al.?

Is there another solution to this problem using X, perhaps maybe a setting in the window managers twm and/or quartz-wm? We've looked at the usual xterm settings, and cannot recall how we once set it ...
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Terminal scrolling from shell script

Is there any way to perform the effect of using the scroll bar in Terminal.app using a shell command? Maybe something cross-platform, that works in Linux terminal emulators too?
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In manpages I can navigate forwards (using eg. C-d, or C-f), but not backwards: C-b, or C-u do not work. Nor can I search backwards: While I can jump to the next found item using 'n' I cannot jump ...
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Common tmux scrolling solutions are not working

I have the following in my .tmux.conf file: set -g mode-mouse on set-window-option -g mode-mouse copy-mode set -g terminal-overrides 'xterm*:smcup@:rmcup@' In all running sessions, I used C-b ...
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Linux terminal, my program only resumes after scrolling the printout

I am using Ubuntu 12.04, unity. I have a program running in terminal. It is supposed to run for ~10 hours. But it halted after I came back after a few hours. The CPU usage shows that the program is ...
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How to scroll the terminal emulator window in smaller steps using the keyboard?

How could I scroll up and down the bash shell window (without the mouse or scroll bars, just using the keyboard)? Shift+PageUp and Shift+PageDown acts like page up and page down. But how could one ...
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saving content of terminal in ubuntu

We can scroll up/down using shift+up/down to see the content of terminal. but is there any way by which we can save the whole content in file. Since we can see the content, so I think there must be ...
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Tunning scrolling in urxvt

I'm using rxvt-unicode version 9.06 at Ubuntu 9.10. I was used to aterm, where you can use SHIFT + up/down arrow to scroll the printed output with a line up or down. You can also use SHIFT + ...