So… We got a new trailer for the upcoming robot movie Terminator: Dark Fate where we once find Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton together with the white canvas, just as we can do 35 years ago when Terminator premiered.
The action in Terminator: Dark Fate and The Terminator seems to be pretty much the same. That is, it is a robot coming from the future and wants to destroy for Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton) men who are working to get help of another character from the future. The…
Terminator: Dark Fate
I recently increased the ulimit of Ubuntu. At first I thought the change did not work because when I would ran the
ulimit -n command in Terminator it would report the original value. When I ran the same command from the regular Ubuntu terminal it reported the increased ulimit value.
Can somebody pls explain why this is happening and how I can fix it? Thx.
I can use the default terminal on Ubuntu for software development but prefer Terminator. Under Ubuntu 16.04, I just installed Terminator and it ran the same way as the normal terminal. Under 18.04, I installed Terminator but it seems to default to the bash shell that keeps giving me “Permission denied.” I tried Preferences->Profile->Command and checked both “Run command as a login shell” and “Run a custom command instead of my shell,” then put “/bin/sh” in the window and “Hold the terminal open.” This gives me just a “$ ” prompt and the same “Permission denied” response to sudo and the title bar still has “/bin/bash.” What am I doing wrong?
I am hoping to save a terminator config that has an uneven split. I can manually adjust the split sizes, and save that, but when I relaunch terminator it goes back to being split 50-50. Here’s what I’m trying to have come up by default.
Terminator Version 1.91
Is such a thing supported?
Here is the generated config file:
[global_config] suppress_multiple_term_dialog = True [keybindings] close_window = <Primary><Shift>q [layouts] [[default]] [[[child0]]] fullscreen = False last_active_term = 56328407-5fe2-48df-87dd-6295c2031e48 last_active_window = True maximised = True order = 0 parent = "" position = 67:27 size = 1853, 1145 title = joe@ubuntuvm: ~ type = Window [[[child1]]] order = 0 parent = child0 position = 922 ratio = 0.498917748918 type = HPaned [[[child3]]] order = 1 parent = child1 position = 569 ratio = 0.499122807018 type = VPaned [[[terminal2]]] order = 0 parent = child1 profile = default type = Terminal uuid = 56328407-5fe2-48df-87dd-6295c2031e48 [[[terminal4]]] order = 0 parent = child3 profile = default type = Terminal uuid = fa4d9c58-de5a-43d1-bb97-6277fb6368b5 [[[terminal5]]] order = 1 parent = child3 profile = default type = Terminal uuid = 10b03cb2-2a83-48a2-8433-4d7d7ac274ec [[test]] [[[child0]]] fullscreen = False last_active_term = 56328407-5fe2-48df-87dd-6295c2031e48 last_active_window = False maximised = True order = 0 parent = "" position = 67:27 size = 1853, 1145 title = joe@ubuntuvm: ~ type = Window [[[child1]]] order = 0 parent = child0 position = 946 ratio = 0.829824561404 type = VPaned [[[terminal2]]] order = 0 parent = child1 profile = default type = Terminal uuid = fa4d9c58-de5a-43d1-bb97-6277fb6368b5 [[[terminal3]]] order = 1 parent = child1 profile = default type = Terminal uuid = 10b03cb2-2a83-48a2-8433-4d7d7ac274ec [plugins] [profiles] [[default]] cursor_color = "#aaaaaa" palette = "#000000:#cc0000:#4e9a06:#c4a
According to manual, opening a new tab in terminator is Ctrl+Shift+T. but where does the old tab go?
here is my Tab 1 and I opened a new tab 2. but tab 1 is not showing in tab 2. what should I do now to show tabs options in the title bar? (I did not ask about split vertical or horizontal)
I have used terminator since eight years. I love splitting my terminal in several layouts depending on the task I am doing.
I upgraded (install from scratch) to Ubuntu 18.10 and I installed terminator. Current package version is:
dpkg -l|grep terminator ii terminator 1.91-1 all multiple GNOME terminals in one window
I don’t have idea about what is happening. I suppose system key binding is in conflict with terminator, but I’m not sure.
I installed terminator in Ubuntu 18.10 and want to have putty style pasting (right click = paste). This works, but unfortunately I’m unable to open the settings now. The settings were displayed in a context menu that shows after right clicking in the terminal.
How can I access the settings? I tried different things like
ctrl + right click or
shift + right click, which doesn’t work.
I’m not searching for a workaround!
I’m aware that terminators settings were stored in
~/.config/terminator/config. So it’s simply to set
False to access the settings again. But I want to keep the putty-like copy style permanent and want to access the settings without resetting
putty_paste_style, changing settings and having to change the config again.
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