Questions tagged [terminal]

is for the Emacs text terminal emulator, which by default runs in a sub-shell in a buffer named `*terminal*` with `term-mode`. `M-x term` command starts a terminal.

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Problems with keybindings when using terminal

I have the following line in init.el: (global-set-key [(control \;)] 'comment-region) It works very well in GUI window, but if emacs is invoked with the -nw option then C-; doesn't comment region, ...
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Use Super in emacs -nw in linux

I have been struggling to find a simple and direct question to the answer and therefore I have decided to ask here. Q: Is there a way to use Super in Emacs launched in a Terminal in Linux? P.S: I ...
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Emacs theme not covering up the entire terminal window. The Ubuntu purple terminal background is showing on the edges

At the bottom of the screen when emacs is open there is a strip of purple, meaning that emacs in terminal isnt maximizing to the full size that the terminal window allows and thus the background from ...
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PS1 under term and shell doesn't match system

I find under both shells and terms in Emacs my prompt does not appear as I would expect based on my $PS1 appears as... # Shell under Emacs ]0;slackline@583.datascience.work.com: /home/slackline@samba....
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How to use Emacs to open an eshell from Terminal at a specific path

By default, if I invoke emacs from terminal by typing $ emacs C:\users a directory-like environment opens. Then if I do M-x eshell, an eshell environment opens at this path. My question is how to ...