Re: [gnome-network][Fwd: Re: connect to server en gnome-terminal]

On Tue, 2004-02-03 at 19:59 +0100, Rodrigo Moya wrote:
> Here's the answer from Mariano, gnome-terminal maintainer.

> Personally, I really think having a separate app for starting remote
> shells is better, because, in a very silly line of argument, I don't
> think I'd ever look in gnome-terminal menus for that, and second
> because
> that'd force people to open a terminal first in order to start a
> remote
> shell which is rather unnatural.
no, it was suggested on this list to add a --remote (or similar)
argument to gnome-terminal, and add a 2nd .desktop file containing the
command line for running g-t in remote mode.

> [Btw, I've seen a profiles patch for g-r-s, and that just cannot go in
> gnome-terminal, because (we already have profiles there :) and)
> because
> that would complicate an already too complex thing. That functionality
> is expected by users, though.]
right, it would be much better if we used the already existing g-t


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