Sony Agrawal wrote:I am a newbie to linux platform. I have RedHat.
What to know the difference between terminal and shell-Konsole windows??
Not actually a whole lot. There are a number of GUI apps that provide command-line windows, but unlike Microsoft's "CMD" versus "COMMAND" windows, the shell used isn't part of the command-window app, it's the shell you have selected being presented in a GUI container.
The grandaddy of them all is XTerm. It's somewhat of a pain to use because their "scrollbar" doesn't work like how we expect scrollbars to act these days. In Red Hat, the "terminal" app is actually the "gnome-terminal" program, and "Konsole" is the KDE control program. IIRC, one neat features of Konsole is the ability to split the window into multiple command-line panes.
I'm not sure if all of the above have man/info pages, but I think a little web searching will turn up documentation for all of them.
Sometimes the only way things ever got fixed is because people became uncomfortable.
Hey , i forgot the command/how to open the shell-konsole....
Actually my friend was the one who gave that command ...Now i am not able to recollect that command...
Can someone tell me how to open that shell-konsole