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Centos 5.3: new install without gnome: the terminal windows does not scroll up or down, very small, how to fix?

Posted on 2011-03-04
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new Centos 5.3 install without gnome: the terminal windows does not scroll up or down, very small, how to fix?

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Can you right click on it to get to the profile to configure whether the scroll bar shows up?  (Personally, I don't like the scroll bars and just use <SHIFT><PgUp> or <SHIFT><PgDn> to scroll up and down.)
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thank you!....
I like your approach... it worked for me also...

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