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How to install Terminus – A modern age terminal on Ubuntu

Terminus is an elegant, simple to use web based terminal that is heavily inspired by Hyper. Terminus is designed especially for people who wants to get things done on time. It runs on Windows, macOS as well as Linux, and comes with various theming and color schemes. Before we proceed on how to install Terminus on Ubuntu OS, lets take a quick look at its features.

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Terminus Features

  • Spawn as well as hide with a global hotkey
  • Fully customizable hotkey schema
  • GNU Screen style hotkeys available by default
  • Default Linux style hotkeys for Copy(Ctrl+Shift+C), as well as Paste(Ctrl+Shift+V)
  • Doesn’t choke on fast-flowing outputs
  • Proper shell-like experience on Windows including tab completion
  • CMD, PowerShell, Cygwin, Git-Bash as well as Bash on Windows support
  • Restores tabs
  • Drag in a file to paste the path
  • Click paths and URLs to open in browser/file manager
  • Keeps the current directory in new tabs
  • Tabs persist after restart
  • Auto-dock to any side of any screen
  • Full Unicode support including double-width characters
  • Multiple app themes and a myriad of community color schemes for the terminal. Color scheme editor included
  • Install plugins from the NPM repository, or create your own with Typescript and Angular framework.

Terminus v1.0.0 Alpha 8 changelog

  • re-re-fixed custom npm path detection

How to install Terminus on Ubuntu 17.04 and below

sudo apt install gdebi


sudo gdebi terminus_1.0.0-alpha.18_amd64.deb

How to uninstall Terminus from Ubuntu

sudo apt remove terminus

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