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Old 27th January 2012
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Default is there a way to cut and paste text from xterm ?

Hi Daemonphilists !!

How are you ?

well I have a question that has been preoccupying me for weeks :

Is there a way to cut and paste text from xterm to xterm or file ?
I mean ordinary xterm , not kde konsole or gnome terminal ..

I must admit -& you can smile at this or laugh outloud- that lately I had to install kdebase simply to take advantage of its konsole so I can cut and paste long text , mainly config or rc.conf related text ..

the other stumbling block .. if I can set keyboard in fvwm to shift layouts I will bid gnome farewell ..
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