On Tue, Aug 17, 2004 at 09:51:23PM -0400, Duane Winner wrote:
> Gary Kline wrote:
> > Is there a way of using xtset/xtermset to retrieve the
> > -n "Name"??
> Hm, not sure. I just started with xtset myself this morning when I
> decided I was getting sick of having 10 xterm windows all over my lawn
> with the name 'xterm'. I never gave descriptive labels since I'm most
> often ssh'd into other boxes and am more interested in where I am.
> Maybe, depending on how you start each xterm (icon/shortcut), you could
> set a variable name (XTNAME="Mail") for each one, then run:
> # xtset `echo $XTNAME`
Yeah, sure there is some kludgey way of resetting
the xterms. Looking at the issue from a hacker's perspective
I can't see many options for resetting. Unless you wantedthe
names always reset at 04:30 or whatever. Oh-well.
> But now, since I hammered out that little cd() function for .bashrc, I
> found another little problem:
> If I su to another user (for instance, "su - root"), the title changes
> as long as the other account has my the function in .bashrc, but when I
> exit, the title still has the old credentials (example: [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~)
> until I cd somewhere again. Sigh.
What happns if you omit the " - " when you su?
Gary Kline [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.thought.org Public service Unix
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