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Start several SSH on a terminal on start up [duplicate]

Due to work reason, I need to SSH to several servers every morning. Instead of open terminal and key-in several "ssh user@host", any easier method I can make it automatic such that start-up pc auto ...
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How to change Gnome-Terminal title?

I have several instances of terminals running in my working environment, what I would like is to set a specific title for each one, in order to have a clear idea what purpose the specific terminal ...
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How can I make a script that opens terminal windows and executes commands in them?

I have three scripts I need to run when I start up my Ubuntu machine, they start services I use in my development environment. To do that, I manually open three terminals and type in the commands. ...
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How to run a script without closing the terminal?

I have a script in file bla.sh and it is executable. When I click on it, the script is executed and the window is closed. I'd like the window to stay open. Something like command cmd /k** command in ...
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Where can I send feature requests?

Where can I send feature requests? Both for Ubuntu as a whole and individual (supported) apps?
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Option “-e” is deprecated and might be removed in a later version of gnome-terminal in Ubuntu 18.04

This title has a duplicated question and confirmed as a bug. But it was in Ubuntu 17, mine is Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. So I guess the bug in the old question is fixed. Bug I still encounter it, so here is my ...
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Open terminal with multiple tabs and execute application which uniquely modifies PS1 variable for each tab

What I'm trying to do: Write a script to open 3 tabs. cd into a different folder in each tab (ie: run a unique command). get each tab to have a unique title by modifying its local PS1 variable ...
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bash: “command not found” when calling function defined in ~/.bashrc file in `bash -c` command while opening gnome-terminal tab

What I'm trying to do: Write a script to open 3 tabs. cd into a different folder in each tab (ie: run a unique command). get each tab to have a unique title I want this scripted so I can click ...
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special character and parsing BUG - Bashscript

Failed to parse arguments: Argument to "--command/-e" is not a valid command: Text ended before matching quote was found for ". (The text was '"cpulimit') this is what i get when i run the following ...
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Start new gnome-terminal with several tabs and wait after command is run

I want to start a new gnome-terminal window with some command in multiple tabs. Based to this question: gnome-terminal --tab -t "FOO" -e "/bin/zsh -i -c 'cd $(pwd); zsh -i'" \ --tab -t ...