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MATE Terminal

/assets/img/mate/terminal.pngMATE Terminal is a terminal emulation application that you can use to access a UNIX shell in the MATE environment. With it, you can run any application that is designed to run on VT102, VT220, and xterm terminals. MATE Terminal also has the ability to use multiple terminals in a single window (tabs) and supports management of different configurations (profiles). MATE Terminal is a fork of GNOME Terminal.

Usage

mate-terminal [OPTION…]

Help Options

-h, –help
Show help options
–help-all
Show all help options
–help-terminal
Show terminal options
–help-window-options
Show per-window options
–help-terminal-options
Show per-terminal options
–help-gtk
Show GTK+ Options
–help-sm-client
Show session management options

Options to open new windows or terminal tabs; more than one of these may be specified

–window
Open a new window containing a tab with the default profile
–tab
Open a new tab in the last-opened window with the default profile

Window options; if used before the first –window or –tab argument, sets the default for all windows

–show-menubar
Turn on the menubar
–hide-menubar
Turn off the menubar
–maximize
Maximize the window
–full-screen
Full-screen the window
–geometry=GEOMETRY
Set the window size; for example: 80×24, or 80×24+200+200 (COLSxROWS+X+Y)
–role=ROLE
Set the window role
–active
Set the last specified tab as the active one in its window

Terminal options; if used before the first –window or –tab argument, sets the default for all terminals

-e, –command
Execute the argument to this option inside the terminal
-x, –execute
Execute the remainder of the command line inside the terminal
–profile=PROFILE-NAME
Use the given profile instead of the default profile
-t, –title=TITLE
Set the terminal title
–working-directory=DIRNAME
Set the working directory
–zoom=ZOOM
Set the terminal’s zoom factor (1.0 = normal size)

GTK+ Options

–class=CLASS
Program class as used by the window manager
–name=NAME
Program name as used by the window manager
–screen=SCREEN
X screen to use
–sync
Make X calls synchronous
–gtk-module=MODULES
Load additional GTK+ modules
–g-fatal-warnings
Make all warnings fatal

Session management options

–sm-client-disable
Disable connection to session manager
–sm-client-state-file=FILE
Specify file containing saved configuration
–sm-client-id=ID
Specify session management ID

Application Options

–disable-factory
Do not register with the activation nameserver, do not re-use an active terminal
–load-config=FILE
Load a terminal configuration file
–save-config=FILE
Save the terminal configuration to a file
–display=DISPLAY
X display to use
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