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Old 08-06-2018, 04:24 PM
alexj212 alexj212 is offline
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I am running on ubuntu linux. Basically I changed the default key binding of the OS to StartKey + T to launch a terminal.

When I do that I would like to launch a terminal open to the local shell. So I was looking to pass options on the command line to open a terminal to the local shell. I did not find that option under the command line options.

Also what I was asking is if an instance is running on the system, and I launch another instance via command line, is it possible to just bring up the existing instance to the forefront and open a new tab to the session specified such as the local shell.

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