Cool Terminal Apps

Neil Coetzer neil at ubuntu.org.zw
Wed Sep 30 07:33:33 BST 2009


I've tried everything and I just can't get it to work on my Windows XP
box... and it interferes with my antivirus too! Kalpesh, please help!

(Hahahahahaha. Sorry. Couldn't resist.)

On 9/29/09, Kalpesh Thaker <luminary06 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Lol,!! im not that much of noob... :)
>
> it runs fine under kde/kubuntu or ubuntu with kde-desktop, but for some
> reason does the whole "sigterm" everytime you try and close the window
> when you run it from a gnome gui... the only way i found how to stop this,
> is to disable the window focus options...but then messes up the graphics
> when you
> ctrl-shift-l.
>
>
> On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 4:27 PM, Donald Hobbs
> <donald at phoenixtech.co.zw>wrote:
>
>>  Yakuake does not crash if you have KDE installed on ubuntu LOL
>>
>> *Donald Hobbs*
>>
>> *PhoenixTech*
>>
>> Cell: +263 912 258159
>>
>>
>>  *C**arpé Aptenodytes*
>>
>> "The height of stupidity is most clearly demonstrated by the individual
>> who
>> ridicules something he knows nothing about." *Albert Einstein*
>>
>>
>> Kalpesh Thaker wrote:
>>
>> hi guys,
>>
>> for those of you who use the terminal alot in ubuntu, there are some very
>> cool terminal GUI progs that i found today.
>>
>> these are quake style terminal programs that allow you to run many
>> terminals within a single window...
>> they are very handy, and very very very cool to have around.
>>
>> donald hobbs mentioned yakuake at the one team meeting the other evening,
>> however, i found that it seems
>> to crash quite often in ubuntu 9.04 when using GNOME, unless you disable a
>> whole lot of things.
>>
>> so... if you are using GNOME, try the following progs:
>>
>> Tilda
>> Guake
>> Terminator
>>
>> if you are using KDE, go for Yakuake
>>
>> by far yakuake is the best, but unfortunately doesnt like GNOME
>> environments too much on newer versions
>> of ubuntu.
>>
>> cheers
>>
>> kalpesh.
>>
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