Install Tilix Terminal Emulator 1.9.5 in Ubuntu 22.04 via PPA

For those who want to install the latest Tilix terminal emulator 1.9.5 in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. You can now get it from PPA repository. Tilix is a popular tiling terminal emulator, that allows to split terminal window horizontally and/or vertically, and drag and drop re-arrange them. It also has many other great features including sync… Continue reading Install Tilix Terminal Emulator 1.9.5 in Ubuntu 22.04 via PPA

How to Change the Default Terminal Emulator in Ubuntu 22.04 | 20.04

This simple tutorial shows how to change the default terminal emulator from Gnome Terminal to the one that you prefer in Ubuntu. The default Gnome Terminal is great, but there are many good alternatives (e.g., tilix). If you prefer to use another one and want to set it as default, so you may press Ctrl+Alt+T… Continue reading How to Change the Default Terminal Emulator in Ubuntu 22.04 | 20.04

The Tiling Terminal Emulator Tilix 1.9.5 Released

Tilix, the popular tiling terminal emulator, released v1.9.5 with a few new features and some bug-fixes. Tilix is a GTK+3 terminal emulator supports for splitting app window horizontally or vertically. It supports drag and drop re-arranging terminals, quake mode, custom hyperlinks, as well as many other features. After a year of development, it finally announced… Continue reading The Tiling Terminal Emulator Tilix 1.9.5 Released

KGX – Minimal Terminal Emulator Aims to be Core App for GNOME & Phosh

KGX is a simple and user-friendly terminal emulator for GNOME. It aims to be a “Core” app for GNOME and Phosh, graphical shell for mobile devices like Purism’s Librem 5. Rather than replacing GNOME Terminal, it’s on target to serve casual Linux user who rarely needs a terminal to carry out simple command line tasks.… Continue reading KGX – Minimal Terminal Emulator Aims to be Core App for GNOME & Phosh

Ubuntu Tips – Display Asterisks When Typing Your Password in Terminal

When you run a command started with sudo in Ubuntu terminal, it asks you to insert the password for your user with no visual feedback as you type. For beginners who feel uncomfortable with this terminal feature, below will teach you how to tweak your Ubuntu so that Gnome terminal (and TTY console) displays asterisks… Continue reading Ubuntu Tips – Display Asterisks When Typing Your Password in Terminal

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