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  1. What is the name of the process for a running gnome terminal?
  2. Does each tab in a gnome terminal have a process, or all the tabs in a gnome terminal have the same process?

Thanks.

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It's called bash. Each running terminal does have a separate process.

  • each tab has a separate process? – Tim Sep 30 '14 at 2:10
  • I am not too sure whether or not the tabs have. I would have carried this out, but unfortunately, I have uninstalled my default terminal. Here is what to do. Open a terminal window. Go into system monitor and look for the bash process, it should be one. Add a terminal tab and take a look at the system monitor, did it change or stayed the same? – user271219 Sep 30 '14 at 2:12
  • why did you uninstall it? what are you using now? – Tim Sep 30 '14 at 2:13
  • Terminator, because I use Ubuntu GNOME (official distro) and I could not get a transparent background since this functionality has been removed due to some performance reason. I mapped Terminator to use the default configs of terminal so its partly normal. I can have multiple terms in the same window. Vertical and horizontal. see here - dont get jealous – user271219 Sep 30 '14 at 2:17
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it's called gnome-terminal. Each terminal it's an instance, then have it own process. But the tab's of one terminal are linked. If you kill the process ( sudo killall gnome-terminal ) all the tab's will be closed.

  • hummm... i don't know! – hermest Sep 30 '14 at 14:03

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