Survey : rows & columns values of your Terminal?
Hi Guys, I would like to survey the columns and rows values
of your favorite terminal. It may be under the console or X11, but also on BSD, Mac OS X, ... Amiga, Atari, ... handheld (N900,Zaurus,...)...
In Bash you may get the values by:
echo "Lines: " $LINES
echo "Columns: " $COLUMNS
Please post these values (if possible with the machine [optional]).
"rows & columns values of your Terminal?" seems to indicate that there's only one terminal, which in my case isn't true.
For all three of my boxes: Console -> 80X25
My Debian box:
Terminal: Depending on the tasks I'm about to perform I've got 3 different terminal (xterm) settings:
- 80X70 ("default")
- 80X40 (will fit 2 horizontally, next to browser)
- 90X79 (will fit 3, vertically, on one screen)
The first and third are available by short-cut keys, the second from the task bar.
The other PC (LFS) is basically the same (third one is 90X90, due to a bigger screen)
My laptop (MacBookPro running Debian) only has the first 2.
I seriously can't tell you and running your script (which by the way should be in code-tags) would be meaningless. I am using a tiling WM, the number of rows and columns changes with the number and size of tiles I have on any given workspace.
The standard minimum number of columns is 80 on *nix machines, and maybe others.
The height varies, I mean I can change it myself.
Note that kernel 'make menuconfig' requires at least 19 lines by 80 columns.
My current height is 24 on the terminal.
The default xterm is about 80 x 24
and into the console I have : 200 x 80
For this, you may press on : alt + f1
What about over putty?
80x24 on both urxvt and xterm on slack 14 current on a pentium D with a 24" monitor. The console is also 80X24. I like nice big letters, my eyes arent that good the last decade or so.
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