Xfce related for Xubuntu
How would I write in a "bash" command that would open a second terminal session (xfce4-terminal and/or xterm; if they are different) and display information in the second terminal not in the first.
My idea maybe wasn't clear enough in the original post:
I'm trying to write a bash script that will display results of commands in a second terminal so as not to mess up the the original terminal.
Can someone tell me which terminal is the "default" for Xubuntu
- xfce4-terminal; or
as both are installed by default on a clean install, but only xfce4-terminal shows up in the menus. Applications > Accessories > Terminal
From comments so far, up to post #15, people seem to be using xterm more.
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Type in a command - opens another terminal and displays all files in /media/sdb1/Documents/Book, keeping my original terminal clean except for the original command
Or if I want to copy a number of files: Chapter??.**~
The command given would be in the 1st terminal, it would open a 2nd terminal and I'd see the "list of files being copied" as they were being copied.
I have this bash file:
How can I rewrite that one to open a 2nd terminal and display the contents of what's there before and after the process, before just for the practice, I'm really interested in the "after"
find /media/sdb1/Documents/Book -mtime +14 -type f -delete