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    Where are bash profiles located?

    Hi there,I've got a customized second bash profile (in Ubuntu Lucid) that I would like to export on another Lucid installation (stuff like custom background image,transparency,font size, etc.),so I'd need to know where are these settings written and how can I export them on the other installation-thanks.

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    Re: Where are bash profiles located?

    Hi cogset.

    I'm pretty sure you are referring to gnome-terminal profiles. Aren't you?

    gnome-terminal settings are store here:
    Code:
    ~/.gconf/apps/gnome-terminal/
    The profiles are stored just a little below:
    Code:
    ~/.gconf/apps/gnome-terminal/profiles
    Hope that helps. Let us know how it goes.
    Regards.

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    Re: Where are bash profiles located?

    Quote Originally Posted by papibe View Post
    Hi cogset.
    I'm pretty sure you are referring to gnome-terminal profiles. Aren't you?
    .
    Yes,that's actually what I was talking about,thank you:after following your hint,I've located the profile that I wanted to export and copied its %gconf.xml file inside the directory of a newly created profile on the 2nd computer (kinda like you would do with Firefox profiles,if you get the analogy:first create a new profile,then replace its contents with the files from the old profile you want to export),but,the issue is,this isn't working at all.I'm obviously missing something here.

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