Rio is a free and open source terminal emulator for Microsoft Windows, various Linux distributions, FreeBSD, and Apple MacOS. It comes equipped with Vi mode, hyperlinks within the terminal, display of images directly within the terminal, Kitty keyboard protocol support, adaptive theme, multiple windows, color automation and more.
How to Install Rio Terminal on Ubuntu
Download the latest Rio Terminal in the native .deb package file from the above download link and save it on your Downloads folder. Now in the terminal app (ctrl+alt+t) run below Rio installation command.
sudo apt install ./Downloads/rio_*.deb
sudo apt install ./Downloads/rio_0.0.33-1_amd64_wayland.deb
Note: Here the downloaded file name is ‘rio_0.0.33-1_amd64_wayland.deb’. You can modify the command above according to your file name and path.
And open the Rio app via the Show Apps application menu or via below command.