Renaming a terminal session
yank1560-freebsd at yahoo.com
Sun Jan 22 23:56:04 GMT 2006
I've created a link on my desktop to launch an ssh
session to another host in a new terminal session
I'd like to have it automatically renamed to the name
of the host instead of the defaul "shell"
I thought I could do this with the "terminal options"
under the "advanced options" of the "application" tab.
Doing a little searching I found reference to kvt as
the source of the options you could place in this
"terminal options" field. However, I don't appear to
have an executable named "kvt". There is a kvt file
on my system but it isn't executable.
Is there a way to do what I'm asking?
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