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    Guake

    This program is brilliant!

    Press F12 and you get a dropdown terminal, press F11 and its fullscreen.
    [ame="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guake"]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guake[/ame]
    Last edited by somabc; 1st December 2009 at 06:02 PM.

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    Just installed it on Ubuntu 9.10 apt-get install guake), looks good but not sure if I will take to it yet. I'm used to having many terminals open around the desktop anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apaton View Post
    Just installed it on Ubuntu 9.10 apt-get install guake), looks good but not sure if I will take to it yet. I'm used to having many terminals open around the desktop anyway.
    you can get a new terminal tab with Shift+Ctrl+t (Shift+Ctrl+w removes one)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJonas View Post
    you can get a new terminal tab with Shift+Ctrl+t (Shift+Ctrl+w removes one)
    Yes that works well for Gnome Terminal but my preference is to use screen than multi-tabs.

    The reason to have many things open for me is usually sysadmin stuff like, NMON, multitail, watch .......

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    @OP: Fedora or Debian?

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    Quote Originally Posted by powdarrmonkey View Post
    @OP: Fedora or Debian?
    Well I installed it on Fedora but 'borrowed' the screenshot from Debian

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