joachim.backes at rhrk.uni-kl.de
Mon Aug 2 10:51:17 UTC 2010
On 08/02/10 12:39, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> I've added an entry with Menu Editor (right click on f-button in panel)
> to enable ssh -Y <remote host>.
> I've set "Run in terminal" on the Advanced tab.
> This works, except that I get a white-on-black screen
> with nothing at the top of the screen to change this.
> On another laptop, with exactly the Menu Editor setting
> I get a nice page with the usual File-Edit-View tabs at the top.
> I'm wondering what actually sets the look of the screen?
> Is it a default konsole setting, or is it something to do with ssh?
> Or perhaps a shell setting?
> I see that there is Menu Editor setting with "Run in terminal"
> to set Terminal options, but nothing I have tried there
> has has any effect.
> I should say that I am running Fedora-13/KDE on this laptop.
> Any and all advice gratefully received.
I tried that (under gnome), but all OK (gnome-terminal started
automatically, no such behaviour as you described, no modified screen
layout). Your terminal is gnome-terminal?
Joachim Backes <joachim.backes at rhrk.uni-kl.de>
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