A Fedora newbie here.
I think it would be best if I could describe the desired outcome before talking about problems I’m running into here. To start, I’m using Fedora 33 and the included terminal app (gnome-terminal) with the zsh shell. What I would like is when I click on the Terminal icon in the launcher that a terminal opens with 3 tabs, the first in “~”, the second in “~/SomeDir/SomeOtherDir”, and the third in “~/SomeDir/SomeThirdDir”. Ideally, I’d actually like 4 different windows to open up with different tabs in each doing different things (i.e. running a frontend server, a backend-api, etc), but let’s stick to “more simple” now.
I’ve set two aliases in my ~/.oh-my-zsh/custom/aslias.zsh file called alias_1 and alias_2, which, when using the terminal with cd me into the correct directory. So how do I get gnome-terminal to open a window with three tabs two which run an alias that will move me to the desired directory?
I’ve tried setting up the Default profile in Preferences to run the command, but it either doesn’t recognize the alias or errors out some other way.
Thanks for your help.