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14.04 to 14.10, cannot find term, or other applications

Updated from 14.04 to 14.10 last night in an attempt to get Netflix to run in Chrome -- That was successful. However any applications that I did not already pin to the launcher or have short cut for ...
0
votes
1answer
40 views

How to open the terminal with specific command already run? Best at Unity Launcher! [duplicate]

I know how to add a command to the Unity Launcher, but don't know how to have automatically opened terminal for the command. Especially needed when sudo command needs password or command result ...
1
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1answer
70 views

Launch gnome-terminal into GUI via TTY

My GUI is completely messed up and I need to get the gnome terminal working. Ctrl-Alt-T doesn't work because Unity or Gnome are broken. All I'm getting is a mouse and another program that I launched ...
1
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1answer
71 views

WARNING: terminal is not fully functional despite xterm-color

I have two Ubuntu VMs. On one of them, whenever I run git diff or git log, I see: WARNING: terminal is not fully functional I then get a horrible, monocolour diff (yech). How do I fix this? I ...
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1answer
107 views

VirtualBox 4.3 on Ubuntu 13.10 breaks Unity and Terminal

I was having some trouble seeing USB devices on my XP virtual machine running in Virtual box on Ubuntu 13.10. I thought perhaps that the standard software centre 4.2 version of VirtualBox might be ...
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0answers
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Menu options disabled in most application in Ubuntu 13.10

The menu options such as File/Edit etc. are disabled for most of my applications such as Terminal, Ubuntu Software Center and many more. I am unable to get my work done because of this. I am running ...
0
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0answers
72 views

Quick way to open terminal in current folder in nautilus? [duplicate]

I use the nautilus-open-terminal package. Before upgrading from 13.10 to 14.04, nautilus used to have a settings button on the top right panal where you can click something like "open in terminal " to ...
7
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1answer
209 views

Keyboard shortcut to focus on (idle) terminal

I would like to know, if there is possible to use keyboard shortcut to focus on first idle (non working) terminal window in unity (13.10)? Something like Ctr+Alt+T, but before opening the new instance ...
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0answers
68 views

12.04 ctrl-alt-8/2 window snap problems only with terminal window

I'm running a fresh install of Ubuntu 12.04, I have dual screens running on an nvidia gtx 760 running 331.49 drivers. Not sure whether this is relevant or not, but I have only the launcher bar enabled ...
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9answers
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How to efficiently switch between several terminal windows using the keyboard?

Alt+Tab lets me only switch between windows belonging to different applications. I often use about four terminal bound applications at the same time (e.g. IPython, VIM, fish for system and fish for ...
2
votes
1answer
69 views

Gnome Terminal to have the same color change, based on the background, as Unity?

This is a silly question, but I would like to know if it is possible, as the title says, to make Gnome Terminal on Ubuntu to change its background color (default purple) to a color based on the ...
0
votes
1answer
46 views

Two 12.04 machines have the same display settings but different results

I have one machine that has a relatively fresh install of 12.04 and one that I inherited. The terminal window in the inherited machine has a really weird font, and the regular one is what I would ...
2
votes
1answer
72 views

How to set the default terminal window screen co-ordinates when Ctrl + Alt + T is pressed?

I would like my terminal to show up at a specific co-ordinates on my screen when Ctrl + Alt + T is pressed. Currently, terminal always shows up in the top-left corner. I have to drag each and every ...
3
votes
3answers
3k views

Ubuntu default terminal missing on 13.04

There was a problem with my Unity on Ubuntu 13.04 install in which I could not see any icons after logging in. Just a blank screen. Used ccsm to purge Unity, reinstalled it and reset the settings ...
1
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1answer
2k views

Unity Launcher missing and Terminal shortcut stopped working

When I restarted my Ubuntu after it being updated, I found the Unity launch bar was gone. I tried looking up several solutions online, blindly typing in the commands that others suggested, and I ...
1
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1answer
288 views

Unity progress bar for gnome-terminal?

One of my favorite features of unity is the progress bar the launcher overlays on the icons for various programs like the file manager, or firefox. Gnome-terminal does not have a progress bar. What do ...
2
votes
2answers
428 views

How do I open a terminal in unity without window's top bar?

I would like (in Unity) to open a terminal as startup application; I created a simple script gnome-terminal --profile=Startup --geometry 40x24+920+300 and put it in my startup applications. Anyway ...
4
votes
0answers
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How to stop reordering of the same kind multiple preview windows in task switching?

When using task switching in the default graphical mode of Ubuntu 12.04, if they are multiple windows of the same kind, eg. multiple Terminal windows, you can see them all together and select which ...
1
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1answer
290 views

Unable to login to bash after editing .bash_profile

I've fiddled around with my .profile and .bash_profile to speed up some stuff: PATH=$PATH:/home/yoshi/android-sdk-linux/platform-tools First I appended the line to my .profile and perfect. Then I've ...
2
votes
1answer
99 views

incorrect work gnome terminal

I use at work Ubuntu Desktop 12.04. 80% of the time I spend in the terminal. After switching from the putty on gnome terminal, I was unpleasantly surprised to work with some devices (eg Extereme ...
2
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0answers
265 views

Menu bar acting weird and critical error when resetting Unity - what's happening? [closed]

I've been having a weird problem with the full-screen writing app Focuswriter on Ubuntu 12.04: when I open Focuswriter everything works as it should, when i minimize and maximize it once some of the ...
5
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2answers
2k views

How to get ALT+B and ALT+L to work in the terminal?

I'm used to the terminal hot-keys Alt+B to move forward one word and Alt+L to move back one word. However, in the new Unity of Ubuntu 12.04, this doesn't seem to work as holding Alt and pressing B ...
2
votes
1answer
229 views

Set terminal title to taskbar?

When I use vim to edit some file, I have the set title command in my .vimrc. So it changes the title of the terminal. But this changed/new title is not reflected on taskbar. Is there any way to do ...
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1answer
330 views

Opening Another Instance of a Program?

I am testing out the use of Sakura instead of the Gnome Terminal. OS is Ubuntu 12.04 Precise. I often have multiple terminal windows open. How do you tell it to open a second window? Right clicking ...
4
votes
1answer
402 views

SSH shell launched using “expect” doesn't have full width. How can I make fix it?

I am using expect to auto login on SSH from an Unity launcher, the command looks something like this: gnome-terminal -t SSH1 -e "expect -c 'spawn ssh root@111.222.333.255 ; expect assword ; send ...
8
votes
3answers
4k views

Gnome-terminal doesn't refresh

Gnome-terminal works just fine when I am running Unity, but when I run Gnome shell, terminals don't work properly and have to be constantly refreshed. This is particularly annoying when using "vi" to ...
4
votes
3answers
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How to make unity terminal button open a separate terminal?

Just upgraded Ubuntu to 11.4, stuck with trying to accomplish things in this crazy new Unity desktop. In the vertical bar there's a button to open a terminal. Ok, I open a terminal, cd to a ...