JP Vossen on 10 Jul 2016 08:32:23 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] Multiple Terminal Programs

See also for related clues... Esp.: See the thread list

On 07/09/2016 07:16 PM, Anthony Martin wrote:
I mainly use terminator and guake but if I need to access a group of
systems to run the same thing on them I use cssh.

On Sat, Jul 9, 2016, 6:56 PM brent saner <
<>> wrote:

    You can use your favourite terminal emulator and do it in tmux:

    Bonus: it works over ssh and saves sessions to reconnect to, also.

    On Jul 9, 2016 6:02 PM, "Michael Lazin" <
    <>> wrote:

        While that looks neat I think I would just get confused by it.
        I too have to have many terminals open but I run a windows
        desktop at work.  My solution is to use cygwin to run an x
        server on windows and use ssh -Y to open a gnome terminal from
        an ubuntu server virtual machine.  I like gnome-terminal and
        it's tab feature to keep track of many boxes, but with one tab
        at a time like firefox's tabs.  I have my gnome-terminal set to
        blue background with white text because it's easy on the eyes.

        On Sat, Jul 9, 2016 at 5:41 PM, Casey Bralla
        < <>> wrote:

            FYI to the list.

            I had been looking for a single program that would allow me
            to have multiple
            terminals open in a single window.    I want to be able to
            ssh into multiple
            servers and monitor them from a single session.

            Well, just by chance I stumbled onto terminator
            and QuadKonsole &
            QuadKonsole4 ( for KDE.

            Terminator seems the more actively maintained, but is more
            gnome-ish (while I
            prefer KDE).

            If you've ever wanted to link into multiple systems, these
            are very nice
            programs to explore.

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