I am seeking advice from both/either list.
The is regarding User Mode Linux Xterms and Konsole.
I would like to keep all 6 Xterms for each User Mode Linux Virtual Machine to stay in the same window.
So I could have one window per virtual machine and not a whole desktop cluttered with Xterms all over.
In Konsole: to open a new session, but in the same window I can use the following command:
dcop $KONSOLE_DCOP newSession
In any Xterm (including konsole) to launch User Mode Linux into a new Xterm window, the following command is expected:
konsole -T "The Title" -e <the executable>
Example: To open a new Xterm with the man page for ps.
konsole -T "PS man page" -e man ps
I tried a wrapper script that was suggested to me, but it assumed that the following would work:
dcop $KONSOLE_DCOP newSession -T "$title" -e "$exec"
But dcop sees the -T and the -e as bad arguments.
So how do I get the functionality of the above statement but with the right syntax, commands, etc. ?