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Kitty Terminal Emulator: How to Install, Configure, and Use It

Kitty is a GPU-powered terminal emulator which uses OpenGL for processing and runs on multiple platforms. In this guide, we will be looking at how to install, customize and use the Kitty terminal emulator on Linux.
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Shell In A Box – A Web-Based SSH Terminal to Access Remote Linux Servers

Shell In A Box (pronounced as shellinabox) is a web based terminal emulator created by Markus Gutschke. It has built-in web server that runs as a web-based SSH client on a specified port and prompt you a web terminal emulator to access and control your Linux Server SSH Shell remotely using any AJAX/JavaScript and CSS […]

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Xfce’s Apps Update for December 2021: New Releases of Xfce Terminal, Whisker Menu, and More

December has been a slow month for Xfce apps development, but we got a new update of the Xfce Terminal modern terminal emulator app to version 0.9.1, which adds an overlay-scrolling preference, support for the new Shortcuts editor widget, and a new preference to select the right-click action. In addition, the Xfce Terminal 0.9.1 release […]

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How to Install and Use Terminator Terminal Emulator on Ubuntu 20.04

Terminator is a terminal emulator program that helps users easily manage multiple terminals. It provides flexibility for arranging multiple terminals side by side. In this guide, we will explain to you how to install and use Terminator on Ubuntu 20.04….

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22 Useful Terminal Emulators for Linux

A Terminal emulator is a computer program that reproduces a video terminal within some other display structure. In other words, the Terminal emulator has the ability to make a dumb machine appear like a client computer networked to the server.  You&#82…

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Linux for Starters: Your Guide to Linux, Part 21 – Wine

Wine (originally an acronym for “Wine Is Not an Emulator”) is a free and open-source compatibility layer that aims to allow computer programs developed for Microsoft Windows to run on Unix-like operating systems including Linux. This article walks you …

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Emulate the BBC Micro Home Computer with Linux

The BBC Microcomputer System—also known as the BBC Micro or affectionately the “Beeb”—was a series of microcomputers designed and built by the Acorn Computer company for the BBC Computer Literacy Project, operated by the British Broadcasting Corporation. The BBC Micro was hugely successful in the UK, selling over 1.5 million units, and was widely used […]

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Emulate the Commodore 64 Home Computer with Linux

The Commodore 64 home computer is notable for being one of the first widespread home computers, helping it to expand its collection of games as a result. We recommend the best free and open-source emulators.
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