Wez’s Terminal – GPU Accelerated Terminal Emulator and Multiplexer

  • Post last modified:August 16, 2022
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Wez's Terminal is a free and open source terminal emulator and multiplexer application for Linux, macOS, Windows and FreeBSD. It comes with multiple windows, tabs, mouse support, splits, panes, xterm style text selection, hyperlink support, SSH client, kitty and sixel…

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KGX – Minimal Terminal Emulator for Linux

  • Post last modified:November 24, 2021
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KGX or King’s Cross is a free and open source terminal emulator for Linux. It is a simple terminal for average and casual cli user. It will work well on GNOME and Phosh systems. You can host multiple sessions per window with nifty tabs, ctrl click the links using mouse to open it, Files Nautilus extension integration support and it comes with keyboard shortcuts and filter support. It is released under GNU General Public License v3.

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Alacritty GPU Accelerated Terminal Emulator

  • Post last modified:December 22, 2020
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Alacritty is a free and open source terminal emulator for Linux, Windows and BSD. It uses GPU for rendering to increase its speed. It comes with vi mode with mimic vi cursor motion, selections and copy text to the clipboard and open URLs. Some other features are Vi search and normal search. It is written in Rust and released under Apache License 2.0. It is a simple but fastest and powerful terminal emulator. It supports true color and standard 16 ANSI colors. You can configure Alacritty by editing a template file in YAML format.

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Find IP Address of a Domain in Terminal

  • Post last modified:January 17, 2021
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In your Linux system you can find the IP address of a domain in your terminal application without any help of third party web service. You can also check multiple domains at once. This article explains how to get the IP address of a domain in command line method using the terminal application. We are using Ubuntu to test all these commands. All these command-line tools are per-installed in your Ubuntu system. Open your terminal application (ctrl+alt+t) and run all below commands one by one to check the results.

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