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 ...
The .desktop file opens a python script in the terminal. (with 'Exec' and Terminal = true). Could any other parameters be included so as to open the gnome-terminal in a specific profile or a ...
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 ...
I tend to use the terminal a lot, So I wondering if there is a way I can make Ctrl+Alt+T focus the existing terminal if there is one, otherwise create a new terminal?
I did something to lock the terminal in the upper left hand corner of my screen. I cannot get a response other than error messages. Your help will be appreciated.
I'm making a custom command that launches gnome-terminal as a sort of overlay window near the bottom of the screen, similar to the Tilda terminal. In order to do this, I'm using gnome-terminal's ...
Does anyone know how to adjust the default width for shell window in Ubuntu, so that I don't have to re-size it every time I open it up?