Re: Copy and paste in Terminal

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> They are usually desktop specific. I only know of Klipper on KDE and
> Clipman on XFCE. I'm sure there is one for Gnome too. Maybe you can
> do,
> $ yum search clipboard

Good thought. For completeness, here are the results:

perl-Clipboard.noarch : Copy and paste with any OS
parcellite.x86_64 : A lightweight GTK+ clipboard manager
xclip.x86_64 : Command line clipboard grabber
xfce4-clipman-plugin.x86_64 : Clipboard manager plugin for the Xfce panel
xsel.x86_64 : Command line clipboard and X selection tool
MyPasswordSafe.x86_64 : A graphical password management tool
evince.x86_64 : Document viewer
fatrat.x86_64 : Feature-rich download manager
fpm2.x86_64 : Password manager with GTK2 GUI
xfce4-screenshooter.x86_64 : Screenshot utility for the Xfce desktop

I'll try and check a few of them out, and follow up with which ones
are most helpful.

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