The comments are worth reading too, to mitigate his opinion.
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A Session is a console, a shell, whatever is opened in a new tab. The Profile is a group of Sessions.
So once you have opened many shells, connected to distant SSH servers, named your tabs and typed some command like
tail -f /var/log/... | grep -v boring …
What if you crash or reboot your machine? Redoo all this work ? No ! Because you would have save your Konsole Menu :
Settings ... /
Save Sessions Profile ... You just type a name
MySessions and Konsole will create the file in
You can easily restore the Sessions with
konsole --profile MySessions You can see the profile list with
Even better, you can edit the file
vi /home/username/.kde/share/apps/konsole/profiles/MySessions , this way, you can type in the commands like
tail -f ...
Sadly there is no menu to restore the session, so you have to launch
konsole to launch
konsole --profile MySession and then close the first konsole …