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From: Pete O\'Connell <pedrooconnell at gmail.com>
HI, but using watch you don't get the cursor back.
Because when the command exists, the gnome-terminal session exists...
Best would be the following if you find out how to add your commands to the bash call...
? gnome-terminal --tab -e "bash -i" --tab -e "bash -i"
Maybe someone will have an idea...
Try with a full script with loops
Sounds good how do I do that?
Instead of the loops, you could use this script.sh:
? #!/bin/bash
? ls $*
? bash -i

? gnome-terminal --tab -e "/path/to/script.sh AAA" --tab -e "/path/to/script.sh BBB"

JD

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