I normally launch byobu as a custom command in my gnome terminal profile preferences:

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In this way it shows the information like this:

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But I would like to display the current path in the terminal's title bar as gnome terminal would if byobu was not launched:

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  • You mean display the path on the terminal's top bar? Your second image doesn't make sense: you are showing a file, not a path to a directory. – terdon Jun 23 '17 at 9:44
  • @terdon yes, I mean the path on the terminal's top bar. ~/.byobu is a folder... – Andrea Borga Jun 23 '17 at 10:09
  • Argh, sorry, I thought it was byobu's configuration file. OK, but in your second image, byobu isn't running, I don't see the status bar, so it can't be showing what happens if you launch byobu manually. – terdon Jun 23 '17 at 10:10

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