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Guake/guake guake session backed by screen (or tmux) 4 I'd like guake to be backed by screen. A single instance of screen would be started on guake startup with the name "guake" (screen -S guake) and it will appear in Tab 1. When I open a new tab in guake, simultaneously a new screen window will be created (ctrl-a c) and will appear in Tab 2. When I close a tab in guake, simultaneously the associated screen window will be killed (ctrl-a k). When I create a new window in screen, a new tab will be opened in guake. When I close/kill a window in screen, the associated tab in guake will be closed. You can use both screen commands and guake GUI to control the guake/screen session. The screen/guake session can be attached both in guake and screen (for example via ssh) simultaneously. (Screen on its own supports attaching a single session from two screen instances.) I use guake with multiple tabs at work. When I leave, I can ssh from home and connect using "screen -x guake" exactly where I left (this is why I want this feature). Now, regarding session saving/restoring, here's one way it could work: When you exit guake, screen will not be killed, only detached (ctrl-a d). When you start guake again, it will reconnect to the screen session called "guake" and open each of the session's windows in a guake tab (similar to what "screen -x guake" would do, but in tabs). Should your X Window System crash, you can simply restart X and run guake, which will restore the running session. https://github.com/Guake/guake/issues/604

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Guake/guake Allow separate, independent guake terminal sets per display in multi-display situation Could be backed by https://github.com/Guake/guake/issues/604 12 months ago

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12 months ago Guake/guake Allow separate, independent guake terminal sets per display in multi-display situation