Fedora X86/64bit :: Remove The Title Bar Of Gnome Terminal?

Sep 2, 2009

I am using the X server of Fedora 7 for displaying my application.I am getting the display as I need but I dont want the title bar of gnome terminal titlebar to be displayed.I also dont want the maximize,minimize buttons to be displayed.

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Ubuntu :: Remove Title Bar Completely In Gnome?

Jul 26, 2010

What I am trying to do is remove the title bar completely in gnome, it would be nice to be able to choose which applications had the bar and which did not, but I would be perfectly satisfied with just removing them from every window. I assume this is controlled by the window manager which would make it a metacity setting? Anyway, I have an 11in screen on my netbook and I cannot stand having such a big chunk of real estate wasted by such a useless feature, especially when I can perform all the window functions with keyboard shortcuts.

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Ubuntu :: Display Title Of Running Program When Using Gnome-terminal?

Feb 12, 2011

Usually I open 5 terminals. And since each of those 5 terminals prints it's tile as: "username@username-laptop: ~" It becomes very hard to see what is what. So, I would like my terminal to always change it's title automatically to the program that I am currently using.
So, if I type "irssi", the title of my gnome-terminal-window, should change to: "irssi" for example.

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Fedora :: Remove A Panel From GNOME In Terminal?

Jul 14, 2010

I created a new panel in Gnome (Fedora 12) and it wasn't showing up right. So I just told it to make another (with the same results), and finally one more. So with the two that are there by default, that's 5 total panels... None of the newly created panels where displaying at all. But after creating the last one the system froze up. Now when I try to boot into fedora my system locks up as it's trying to load GNOME...

Is there any way for me to remove those panels through BASH? So I can just boot to a prompt and get them removed. After that I imagine GNOME will load correctly again...

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Slackware :: Terminal Xterm Title Is Too Dynamic (title Doesn't Change Manually)

Aug 21, 2010

So when I upgraded to Slack64 13.1 on my asus MB homebrewed desktop and Slack 13.1 on my compaq presario a900 laptop, I started having issues with the xterm title (in Terminal--not Konsole) being too dynamic. By "too dynamic" I mean that I can't actually change the title. The dynamic title (from my .bashrc) is basically just pwd. Whenever I try to set the title (via terminal->set title (menu)), I changes it for a split second, and then reverts back to the dynamic title.

This is merely a petty annoyance, so to get around it, I added an xtitle function that I grabed somewhere online (just echos "�33]0;$*�07"). So for nano-ing some file, I'd type:xtitle some_file.txt; nano some_file.txt

That works just fine (kind of annoying to type though). running xtitle alone won't actually change the name either though (I'm pretty sure it's the same command as what terminal does anyway). That is, running: xtitle some_file.txt

changes the title for a split second, and the reverts back to my old pwd.What I really want is to have it dynamically name it "some_file.txt" whenever I use nano, but that appears to be a functionality of zsh (with the preexec() fxn).I'm wondering if anyone else has had this problem, and if you have a fix for it.

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Fedora :: F12 - Gnome Title Bar Controls?

Mar 13, 2010

It's hard to tell for sure if this is related to a recent update or not. There've been a bunch for sure In any of the GUI the title bars, there used to be 3 boxes on the right end. Minimize, Maximize and close. They're gone. Totally vanished for all users.

L click on the icon near the left end of the title bar or a R click anywhere on the title bar brings up a menu with such options (and others), but I sure do miss my 'close' button!

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Software :: Remove Title Bar From Maximized Windows?

Dec 8, 2010

I wish to remove title bar from maximized windows. It's mostly empty and takes screenspace, and now there's this Panel Buttons application, allowing me to have Close, Minimize and Maximize in the panel instead.

The program Maximus does the job, but there's a bug in it, sometimes making the panel invisible when closing windows. Compiz has a function disabling Emerald in maximized windows, but it requires having the ability of activating visual effects - which my graphic card drivers won't allow. The window manager OpenBox has a similar function but it's not permanent and besides I wasn't satisfied with it for different other reasons.

how to remove the title bar? Aternatives to Maximus? Configuring Metacity or instructions how to modify a Metacity theme to remove the title bar from the maxed windows?

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General :: Set The Title In The Top Of Konsole Terminal?

Apr 8, 2011

I use kde3.3. How could I set the title in the top of konsole terminal. for example, i would like to have the file name printed if I open the file using vi or vim.

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Server :: Set Terminal-title Dynamically?

Apr 22, 2010

my problem:

- i log into many linux servers (redhat, debian, suse, ubuntu)

- i want to set the terminal window/tab title to something like: time|ip|fqdn|pwd

the partial solution i found:

- declaring a function _setTitle() in /etc/bashrc

- setting PROMPT_COMMAND at all servers in /etc/bashrc, calling _setTitle is /etc/bashrc the proper place?

but i am i need of a command to set the title of the windows/tabs

solution should

- work for tabs and windows

- should use only builtins and avoid nasty cpu-wasting external forks

- work with common clients (windows/putty, linxu/gnome-terminal, linux/konsole)

- solution should base on cli, not on some gui like sshmenu!!!

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Remove Text From Title In Mp3 Tag In E.g. Easytag?

Apr 20, 2010

I'm trying to remove the .mp3 from the track tag (id3v2) in my mp3 collection but am not sure how to go about it.talk me through converting all tracks with e.g.TITLE= the beatles - eleanor rigby.mp3TITLE= the beatles - eleanor rigbyeither with easytag or a script or something else. I started writing a script but got lost in the sed commands

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Fedora X86/64bit :: Remove / Install Package Via Yum - Invalid Mode

Jun 2, 2011

Since the Fedoraplus site is down, I alternatively downloaded the FC14 version in hopes that it would work. Instead, I now receive the following error any time I try to remove or install a package via yum:
[Errno 22] invalid mode ('w') or filename: '//var/lib/yum/rpmdb-indexes/conflicts.tmp'
I'm pretty sure the issue here is a typo in a file (the extra "/" in the path to "conflicts.tmp").

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Fedora X86/64bit :: Installing RPM - Yum Output Via Terminal Error

Mar 16, 2011

I'm new to Fedora and the Red Hat way of doing things, having been a Ubuntu/Mint user for the last 5-6 years. I've been using Fedora for my daily computer now for the last 3-4 months - a change that has definitely been for the better! However, earlier this morning I went to install a .rpm, and yum output via terminal the following error:

[leeky@darkstar ~]$ sudo yum install opera
[sudo] password for leeky:
Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, langpacks, presto, refresh-packagekit
Adding en_US to language list
Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
* fedora: mirror.netrino.co.uk
* rpmfusion-free: mirror01.th.ifl.net
* rpmfusion-free-updates: mirror01.th.ifl.net
* rpmfusion-nonfree: mirror01.th.ifl.net
* rpmfusion-nonfree-updates: mirror01.th.ifl.net
* updates: mirror.netrino.co.uk
Error: database disk image is malformed
[leeky@darkstar ~]$

This is the first time I have received this error. I've now tried the following methods of resolving this problem with no luck:

1. Code:
yum clean all
2. Code:
yum clean metadata
yum clean dbcache
yum makecache
3. Physically removing the /var/libs/yum folder, and creating a new "yum" folder, and then step two above to rebuild it. Either way the problem then still returns in terminal.

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Ubuntu :: Terminal Title Reset After Command Execution?

Apr 12, 2010

I'm not quite sure what's up with this, but when I change the title of a terminal away from the default (e.g. to represent which project that terminal is to be used for), it changes back to the default (user@host:path), but only on the task bar at the bottom of the screen, listing the open windows.

If I change tabs in the terminal and then change back, it displays again at the bottom of the screen, but as soon as I execute another command (e.g. ls), then it resets again. That's quite annoying, as I like to have a few terminals open, each with a set of tabs pertaining to a particular project. The fact that I can't see from the title on the taskbar which is which means I have to guess/remember/check them all...

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Fedora X86/64bit :: 32-bit Compatibility 32-bit Environment - Highlighted In The Terminal Output

Sep 19, 2009

I am having issues getting a 32-bit environment to run something on my computer. Most people think this is a lame game, but I rather enjoy it and would like to continue playing it on this computer. I am running F11 x86_64 on an AMD Athlon 64 x2 6000+ Black Edition (OC'd at 3.4 in case anyone is wondering). I TRIED running yum to get the shared library referenced in the following message, but it gave conflicts on installation. Is there a way around this, such as installing a separate environment directory for just this game? Or is it just a lost cause?


The new problem is highlighted in the terminal output. I've searched the web for this issue, and it seems to be caused by an older lib included with glibc.i586, though I don't know how to verify or correct this. I tried a lot of things before finding this list.

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Fedora :: Revert To Gnome 2.x On 15 64bit?

May 25, 2011

I can't really find my way around Gnome 3. I feel much more comfortable using G2.x.

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Ubuntu :: 10.10 Title-bar Not Showing In Gnome?

Oct 3, 2010

I have a Hp Mini 210 and just upgraded to 10.10 using update-manager -d, ever since I updated i can no longer see the window borders and all apps maxamise, this is using the latest version of Gnome

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Fedora X86/64bit :: Gnome Toolbat Screwed After Last Updates?

Feb 2, 2010

Need advice on reinstalling gnome - Applications, Places and System menus gone from the top panel after today's update.

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Fedora X86/64bit :: GNOME Panels Not Loading Properly Upon Log-in

Dec 20, 2010

I am new to this forum, so apologies if this question has been asked before or is placed in the wrong section. Hey there, I am running Fedora 14 on a 64-bit system (laptop). Upon logging in, (it doesn't seem to make a difference if it is an initial log-in or returning from logging out), the top and bottom GNOME panels occasionally 'miss' loading a few things, or loads them improperly. As an example, the Notification Area may be missing, and I will have to re-add it manually to the blank spot where it should have loaded. I have also had issues with the Workspace Switcher loading improperly and the System Monitor not loading at all.To note, this does not happen every time, but it occurs often enough to become an inconvenience. More often than not I will have to log out and back in again to fix an improperly loaded section of the panel(s).

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Fedora X86/64bit :: Disappearing Icons And Applications In Gnome - 14

Feb 12, 2011

I just did a clean install of fedora 14 on a dell precision 690 (multiprocessor system, with buckets of memory--16gb). It is old, but a great machine. It is dual boot to windows, but that is probably irrelevant. Note, the reason I did the clean install was the exact problem I report here had cropped up on this system running fedora 14, but I was having kluged together the system after grub issues, so i blamed it on something unrelated and hoped a clean install would solve this.

After installing the system, running updates, etc., I installed open office, and virtualbox. I then set up two virtual machines in virtual box, both Win XP, and added my favorite windows applications. that may not be relevant, but that is the history. I added a couple pieces of high end software too, which required some odd libraries--libgdal and libexpat.

After a couple of of days of using the machine, I tried to run open office (after having used it several times, and logged off several times) and it wouldn't execute. I then realized that all of my desktop icons had disappeared. I then experimented and realized several other applications wouldn't execute from the gnome applications menu. however, I could execute anything I wanted from the command line in a terminal.

I read a suggestion in the forums to create a new user. painful process, but that did indeed solve the problem (temporarily). But then the problem repeated with the new user. So now, this really sucks and I'm cursing fedora. After consulting my linux geek brother, I tried something else--I loaded kde, and tried that. (btw--why doesn't ctl-alt-backspace allow you to switch windows managers in this linux?)

Anyway, kde works fine with everything except open office--it still won't run for some reason, even in kde.

Strangely, my virtual machines worked throughout all this. that is, I could execute virtualbox from gnome, everything runs fine.

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Fedora X86/64bit :: All Gnome Related Processes Are Duplicated

Feb 18, 2011

I noticed this weird behaviour yesterday after the last update (not sure if it's really related, but I didn't notice this before).When I do a fresh start and log in - all the gnome related processes are DOUBLED in the memory Of course it causes weird errors, applet hanging or crashes, very sensible slowness while booting and operating, etc, etc.Basically I have 2 gnome-session loaded at once - one as a child process of gdm-binary and another separate one. Both sessions have all the child process loaded, so I turned out to have 2 Nautilus, 2 Metacity, 2 Gnome-panel, 8 python processes and all the set of applets are also doubled.

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May 5, 2011

I'm using Fedora 14 x86 64-bit, Gnome DE, on a Phenom 9750 computer, with a Radeon XT1900 video card and 8GB RAM. Recently, my cursor (normally a black arrow) suddenly changes into a vertical line of small white dots, about an inch long. It's essentially unusable, unless it happens to roll over a hyperlink, since it's invisible on a white background. Logging off and on has no effect. Rebooting sometimes "fixes" it, sometimes not. It has yet to correct without a reboot.Except for regular updates as noticed, the only change in the system in the past month or so was to add nano as a text editor.

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Debian Multimedia :: Title Bar And Menu Of Windows In Gnome Are Gone?

Dec 21, 2010

I don`t know what kind of combination of keys I pressed, but the title bar of all windows in my Gnome vanished. Trying to fix it, I unmarked the option "show menu bar" in one of my windows. Then, I realised I couldn`t put it back either. It`s kind of frustating be stuck in such a small problem, but Gnome isn`t offering me any easy way to put these things back in place. maybe with a keyboard combination of keys that recovers all of this?

I did it, it recovered Gnome windows default, but the menus are still gone. It just erased my customizations (colors, window color, bar size, etc.)

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Mar 25, 2009

So I've been testing Gnome Do and I now want to activate docky. To do that I have to activate the desktop effects, so I installed drivers for my graphics card which work fine. But I have an infamous issue with my compiz which causes all title bars of windows to disappear. Is there a solution in which I can activate docky and still have my title bars?

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Jul 23, 2009

I am trying to play sounds via : sound applet on gnome taskbar, right click: sound prefs, sound vol is set via applet at say 45%, yet I can't hear the alert sounds I am pressing such as, glass & sonar, is this common with pulse atm or a combo of that and my onboard realtek ac-97 sound chip?

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Fedora :: Remove KDE And Gnome?

Sep 1, 2010

I have made the choice to go with the LXDE desktop and want to completely remove Gnome and KDE. I know that you can just pick which environment you want at login, but I want to remove Gnome and KDE because they are both quite large and I am trying to optimize my system's drive space and memory.

I have issued the following command to remove KDE, my question is. what packages do I really need? Is this process wiping files and apps that I need? See results below. What command do I use if I want to remove only some of the packages and keep the others?


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May 23, 2011

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Jan 21, 2009

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Oct 20, 2009

I want to remove all of my panels, and i simply can't.I've removed the bottom panel, and when i right-click the top panel, the "Delete this panel" option is disabled. I've googled around extensively and can't find a solution that works.

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Fedora :: Remove Gnome And All Dependency?

May 1, 2010

I use Fedora 12 AMD64 and Gnome and some packages like K3B , I want use KDE and I want remove completely Gnome and all thing is depend on Gnome and use install KDE for Default Desktop How I can do this ?

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Feb 20, 2010

Recently installed F12 through the text based install and have got to GNOME gui but when i got to system/administration i only get two options and those are for display changes. Is there some way to install the features i missed out on? namely Add/remove programs which i can't seem to find anywhere

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