Re: [redhat] ETERM
- In an xterm, type "which Eterm" -- the E is capital
letter. Or just type Eterm and enter and see what
happens. Actually, if you install Helix Gnome you can have
this function in the Gnome terminal (picture, color,
transparent background). I recomment trying Helix. The
procedure for getting it is to su to root and enter the
following in an xterm:
lynx -source http://go-gnome.com | sh
The follow onscreen instructions. It's a long download but
worth the wait.
On Tue, 8 Aug 2000, Matthew Studer wrote:
>Didn't find Eterm anywhere. . . I am running Gnome and E . ..
>Can you tell me an easy way to make sure I have it installed?
>-- In firstname.lastname@example.org, =*= <phlbbrtn@i...> wrote:
>> The xterm with the pictures is actually Eterm. Can be found
>> in the Gnome menu under "Terminals." For themes, visit
>> On Fri, 4 Aug 2000, Matthew Studer wrote:
>> >The only themes I've seen are for KDE or E or Windows Manager, my
>> >question is . .. Are there themes for Gnome and/or After Step?
>> >I am running Gnome and E now, because I like playing with the
>> >but Afterstep themes aren't available for download . .. and I like
>> >after step.
>> >Also How do you get a picture to be in the background of your XTERM
>> >window??? I see it in theme pictures but all my xterms I open
>> >white background.
>> >PS: I am really starting to like Linux, thanks to all you who have
>> >been helping me out. ;-)