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Yakuake is a Kde based, drop-down Quake style emulator based on Qt. A Quake style terminal emulator is not a new concept. A few weeks back we reviewed Guake, a Quake style terminal emulator. Guake is a great program while Yakuake is an alternative.…Read More »
There’s certainly no shortage of terminals on Linux, but what there is a shortage of, are terminals that are unique. Guake is a Quake-style drop-down terminal for your Linux operating system.
WHAT IS IT AND WHAT DOES IT DO
Guake is a terminal emulator for Unix-like operating systems.…Read More »
[Linux] Terminator is an extremely powerful, feature-filled terminal for all your command-line needs
The other day I reviewed Sakura. I deemed it a basic UNIX terminal emulator with a lot of potential but little power. Today, I bring you Terminator. Terminator is the most powerful UNIX terminal emulator I’ve ever had the pleasure of using on Linux.…Read More »
On Linux, having a terminal emulator is a must. Even if you don’t like the command line, a terminal can be your best friend when something goes wrong. You can do anything with it. Sure, most Linux distributions have streamlined the usage of their operations by supplying you with shiny GUI tools, but for most advanced users, nothing beats the terminal.…Read More »