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ST(1)                                                         General Commands Manual                                                        ST(1)

st - simple terminal SYNOPSIS
st [-c class] [-t title] [-v] [-e cmd] DESCRIPTION
st is a simple terminal emulator. OPTIONS
-t title Overrides the default title (st) -c class Overrides the default class ($TERM) -v Prints version information to standard output, then exits. -e cmd [arguments] Execute cmd instead of the shell. Type your command as you would on your shell. If this option is used, it must be the last on the command-line. This is the same behaviour as xterm/rxvt. st-0.0 ST(1)

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XTITLE(1)						      General Commands Manual							 XTITLE(1)

xtitle - set window title and icon name for an X11 terminal window SYNOPSIS
xtitle [ -tiq ] [ -- ] string ... | [ -V ] [ -h ] DESCRIPTION
Xtitle will set the window title and/or the icon name of the terminal window in which it is run to be its command line arguments. It does this by outputting the appropriate xterm(1) control sequence characters. Unless suppressed, xtitle will also report the settings it has made. OPTIONS
-- Interprets all following arguments as strings instead of options. -h, --help Prints a helpful usage message. -i, --icon Only set the icon name. Default sets both. -t, --title Only set the window title. Default sets both. -v, --verbose Quiet mode. Doesn't report the settings performed. -V, --version Only prints the program version. CAVEATS
Xtitle is known to work with xterm(1) and dtterm(1). The effect of the control sequences in other terminals is not known, though I wouldn't expect any problems. VERSION
1.0.2 AUTHOR
Steve Kinzler,, Nov 1993/Nov 1998/Mar 2000/Dec 2009 URL SEE ALSO
xterm(1), dtterm(1) 1.0.2 XTITLE(1)
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