#175 xterm -e

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nobody
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2002-03-27
2002-03-27
Anonymous
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The xterm -e flag does not behave as expected. It
closes the session as soon as the command has been
executed i.e. 'cat foo' Also, if you use a command
that does not return such as tail -f foo, it will not
allow you to <cntl-c> out of the session. You must
kill the pid.

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