On Mon, Jan 01, 2007 at 02:40:40AM -0500, Kamaraju Kusumanchi wrote: > > I use konsole all the time. It does not have all the features that > multi-gnome-terminal has. For example multi-gnome-terminal has facilities to > split the screen horizontally and vertically. Other than funky stuff like > this (which are very cool btw) konsole is pretty good. But then you probably > benefit more from konsole if you are using KDE than gnome. > > konsole like applications (in Debian): > gnome-terminal > konsole > multi-gnome-terminal > rxvt > mrxvt > xterm > Xvt > rxvt-unicode > rxvt-unicode-lite > eterm > aterm > yakuake > urxvt > MLterm > > Please let me know if you come across anything else and if I have missed > something... > I do not use KDE, but found this interesting. http://nomis80.org/ From the description: QuadKonsole is a program which embeds 4 Konsoles (other numbers can be specified on the command-line). This way you save screen real estate, you don't have to worry about careful placement and the startup time is faster than starting up 4 separate Konsoles. You can add this one to the above list. Regards, -- Sridhar M.A. GPG KeyID : F6A35935 Fingerprint: D172 22C4 7CDC D9CD 62B5 55C1 2A69 D5D8 F6A3 5935 Let me put it this way: today is going to be a learning experience.
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