I've been using Guake on my laptop and my desktop and everything has been fine until I recently bought a new HD and did a fresh install of Ubuntu 10.10.
I installed Guake and it works fine except for when I try to use GNU
wayne@arglefraster:~$ screen -xRR Please set a terminal type. wayne@arglefraster:~$ echo $TERM dumb
In my Guake config preferences I have /bin/bash set as my default interpreter - which is the same thing that I have on my laptop. Both xterm and gnome-terminal shows
xterm as the
TERM value, and even ctrlaltF1 shows
So how do I get Guake to use the proper TERM value so I can avoid having to
export TERM=xterm in my Guake every time?