Re: screen (as in program screen) question
On Tue, Aug 14, 2001 at 04:28:05PM -0700, Henry House wrote:
> When I run screen in an xterm, it sets the title of the xterm to 'screen'.
> Does anyone know how to set the title of the xterm to somthing like 'screen:
> %s' where %s in the session name?
and to answer your next question as well, here's a not-so-random
signature tip from my growing collection... see below.
to test it, try
$ echo "\e]0;Here We Go^V^Ga-carolling"
and your xterm/rxvt title bar will now be entitled "Here We Go"
(unless it's overwritten by another instance, such as a command
prompt as mentioned below)...
DEBIAN NEWBIE TIP #28 from Will Trillich <email@example.com>
Would you like to have rxvt show you useful information in the
TITLE BAR of its X window? For example, to see your "present
working directory" in the title bar, include this in your bash
command prompt string:
export PS1="\e]0;\w^G\u@\h$ "
Anything between the "\e]0;" and the control-G will be displayed
as the title of the rxvt window. (In editors, you may need to
precede the ^G with ^V.)
Also see http://newbieDoc.sourceForge.net/ ...