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Re: Running something in a terminal

on Mon, Jan 01, 2001 at 04:55:23AM -0600, Rob VanFleet (rvf@linux-cs.tccw.wku.edu) wrote:
> I'm running the mailcheck applet in gnome and I'm wanting to for it to
> run mutt if it is clicked on.  If I just enter the command to be run
> as "/usr/bin/mutt", nothing happens.   How can I tell it to launch
> mutt in a terminal (like you would by checking the "Run in a terminal"
> option in a panel launcher)?

    $ x-terminal-emulator -T Mutt -e mutt

...set your linewrap to 72 chars.

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