Is there a way to do this? I'm pretty sure that I saw somewhere that it was
somewhere, but I'm not so sure about that...
I think you can do it in /etc/profile with...
I am a gated community.
wait... wha? favorite terminal? as in an X application? that doesn't make sense as a bash variable...
the TERM variable is for termcap/terminfo settings (basically how function keys, backspace, delete, etc behave)...
If you're trying to setup the terminal app that runs when you click the terminal icon on your DE you need to change that directly... there is no generic $TERMINAL variable
Mmaker opens console apps in xterms by default, and I'd like to change that to aterms.
You'll probably have to change that in Wmaker's setting.
Menumaker, not Windowmaker. I don't think there are any settings I can change, but I'll take a look. If that fails, I suppose I'll just edit my menus with Bluefish.
Menumaker, not Windowmaker.
I tought that it was a W upside down
Since Mmaker is in python, you could patch the code with sed line to replace xterm to aterm and rebuild the pkg with abs. Just an idea.
I have in my ~/.shellrc (source by zshrc and bashrc)
export XTERM="aterm -e screen -D -R"
and then i have a script in /usr/bin/xprompt, which just has
#! /bin/bash source /home/iphitus/.shellrc $XTERM