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Re: No xterm (or equivalents) immediately accessible in default etch

On Mon, 23 Oct 2006 17:23:58 -0400
"Jameson C. Burt" <jameson_debian@coost.com> wrote:

> But you folks have affirmed that this was by design,
> so I'll quit being shrill.

That's a relief :-)

> I'll also accept your solution to start gnome-terminal 
> from a command-line using
>    alt-F2
> Luckily, when done once, 
> Gnome usually saves even that effort, since
> Gnome remembers the previous gnome-terminal application between boots.

Another alternative is to set up a keybinding using
gnome-keybinding-properties. This will give you an instant terminal
without the need for pesky mouse clicks.



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