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This has nothing to do with gnome-terminal, when you hit Ctrl Alt F1, logged in from the virtual console and tried running bash, you got a segmentation fault core dumped which means that bash itself crashes. Anyway, what's happening is that your bash is entering an infinite loop. When bash first starts, it reads ~/.bashrc (actually, this is a ...
My personal favorite is terminator which supports true transparency: sudo apt-get install terminator For seriously lightweight and transparency (not true transparency, it will show your desktop background), try aterm: sudo apt-get install aterm
I applied the steps those you have provided but it does not work. What the exact issue I am facing that When I opened my terminal and pressed up and down key to show the recent commands history, it shows me something like the following: ^[[A – Up ^[[B – Down ^[[C – Right ^[[D – Left. I hope now you understood my issue. Waiting for the best solution in ...
gnome-terminal --geometry=AxB+C+D where, AxB is the dimension of the terminal C is the column number of the pixel in screen. D is the row number of the pixel in screen. Thus 12x12+100+200 will create a 12x12 sized terminal with its top-left corner at pixel(100,200). If the 1st screen is of width 1280, value of C set at 1280 will create the terminal in ...
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