If you’re like me, you can’t stand the default dimensions of the Terminal window in Ubuntu. Luckily, there’s an easy way to fix that for good!
Then modify the Command “gnome-terminal” (which is the executable name) to:
The first two numbers,
150x30, is the width and height of your window respectively. The second two numbers,
600+600, are the coordinates of where you’d like the Terminal window to appear when you launch the program.
This should work in most other flavors of Linux as well.