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Found 50 nodes roughly between 2016-10-01 and 2009-06-05 (searched 34.46% of DB).


where title contains "xterm"

Date:Author/owner:Title:Node type:
2014-10-08 NateTut Re^3: How to Get XTerm Title Re:SoPW
2014-07-15 Anonymous Monk Re^2: How to Get XTerm Title Re:SoPW
2014-07-15 Anonymous Monk Re^2: How to Get XTerm Title Re:SoPW
2014-07-15 Anonymous Monk Re: How to Get XTerm Title Re:SoPW
2014-07-15 Anonymous Monk Re^2: How to Get XTerm Title Re:SoPW
2014-07-15 Anonymous Monk Re: How to Get XTerm Title Re:SoPW
2013-08-23 aitap Re^5: I want to call a special xterm to execute "ls" command in a perl script Re:SoPW
2013-08-22 sincerchan Re^4: I want to call a special xterm to execute "ls" command in a perl script Re:SoPW
2013-08-22 Anonymous Monk Re^3: I want to call a special xterm to execute "ls" command in a perl script Re:SoPW
2013-08-22 sincerchan Re^2: I want to call a special xterm to execute "ls" command in a perl script Re:SoPW
2013-08-21 derby Re: I want to call a special xterm to execute "ls" command in a perl script Re:SoPW
2013-08-21 Anonymous Monk I want to call a special xterm to execute "ls" command in a perl script SoPW
2013-08-11 jabowery Re^2: Spawned debugger xterms say "sh: 1: 3: Bad file descriptor" (source) Re:SoPW
2013-08-11 tye Re: Spawned debugger xterms say "sh: 1: 3: Bad file descriptor" (source) Re:SoPW
2013-08-11 jabowery Re^2: Spawned debugger xterms say "sh: 1: 3: Bad file descriptor" Re:SoPW
2013-08-11 Loops Re: Spawned debugger xterms say "sh: 1: 3: Bad file descriptor" Re:SoPW
2013-08-11 jabowery Spawned debugger xterms say "sh: 1: 3: Bad file descriptor" SoPW
2013-02-04 choroba Re: Watching LXTerminal for outputs Re:SoPW
2013-02-03 Anonymous Monk Re^3: Watching LXTerminal for outputs (secrets) Re:SoPW
2013-02-03 simonshout Re^2: Watching LXTerminal for outputs (secrets) Re:SoPW
2013-02-03 Anonymous Monk Re: Watching LXTerminal for outputs (secrets) Re:SoPW
2013-02-03 simonshout Watching LXTerminal for outputs SoPW
2011-10-31 Anonymous Monk Re^3: Running CMD in perl invoked xterm Re:SoPW
2011-10-31 Ohad Re^2: Running CMD in perl invoked xterm Re:SoPW
2011-07-31 zentara Re: Running CMD in perl invoked xterm Re:SoPW
2011-07-31 Anonymous Monk Re: Running CMD in perl invoked xterm Re:SoPW
2011-07-31 Ohad Running CMD in perl invoked xterm SoPW
2011-03-02 nikwasi Re^3: embedding xterm in perl/tk window Re:SoPW
2011-01-06 zentara Re: Embedded xterm problem in perl tk Re:SoPW
2011-01-06 vr786 Embedded xterm problem in perl tk SoPW
2010-07-07 ikegami Re: Perl fork pid Not Correcto for Xterm Spawn Re:SoPW
2010-07-07 rehmanz Perl fork pid Not Correcto for Xterm Spawn SoPW
2010-05-22 flipper Re: Can I have a running clock within a script in Xterm? Re:SoPW
2010-05-22 Utilitarian Re: Can I have a running clock within a script in Xterm? Re:SoPW
2010-05-21 westrock2000 Can I have a running clock within a script in Xterm? SoPW
2009-12-18 afoken Re^2: preserve color-infos in a xterm-selection Re:SoPW
2009-12-18 Fox Re: preserve color-infos in a xterm-selection Re:SoPW
2009-12-18 tos preserve color-infos in a xterm-selection SoPW
2009-09-04 NateTut Re^4: How to Get XTerm Title Re:SoPW
2009-09-04 afoken Re^3: How to Get XTerm Title Re:SoPW
2009-09-03 NateTut Re^2: How to Get XTerm Title Re:SoPW
2009-09-03 afoken Re: How to Get XTerm Title Re:SoPW
2009-09-02 NateTut Re^2: How to Get XTerm Title Re:SoPW
2009-09-02 lostjimmy Re: How to Get XTerm Title Re:SoPW
2009-09-02 parv Re: How to Get XTerm Title Re:SoPW
2009-09-02 NateTut How to Get XTerm Title SoPW
2009-06-05 BrowserUk Re^4: Fitting N Xterms On An X by Y screen Re:SoPW
2009-06-05 bsb Re: Fitting N Xterms On An X by Y screen Re:SoPW
2009-06-05 Khisanth Re^3: Fitting N Xterms On An X by Y screen Re:SoPW
2009-06-05 jorgegv Re^2: Fitting N Xterms On An X by Y screen Re:SoPW

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