Terminology

Terminology

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<h1>Terminology</h1> <strong>Terminology</strong> is the default <strong>terminal emulator</strong> <em>supplied</em> with <strong>Bodhi Linux</strong>. For numerous reasons, the <strong>Linux terminal</strong> can be <em>known</em> <em>by</em> many other names <strong>Terminal</strong>, <strong>Console</strong>, <strong>Command-Line Interface</strong> (<em>CLI</em>), <strong>Shell</strong>, <strong>Bash</strong>, etc.. <strong>Terminology</strong> is used to run <strong>Linux </strong><a href="https://www.bodhilinux.com/w/basic-but-useful-linux-commands/">commands</a>.  To launch, <em>left-click</em> on its <strong>icon</strong> located on the <strong>shelf</strong>, or <em>type</em> "Terminology" into <a href="https://www.bodhilinux.com/w/run-everything/">Quick Launcher</a> (&lt;ctrl&gt;+&lt;space&gt;), or <em>navigate</em> to <em>Main Menu &gt; Applications &gt; System Tools &gt; Terminology</em>. <img class="alignnone wp-image-5080" src="https://www.bodhilinux.com/trial/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/shade.png?x55737" alt="" width="541" height="347" /> <h2>Useful Terminal Hotkey Combinations</h2> <ul> <li>&lt;ctrl&gt;+&lt;shift&gt;+&lt;c&gt; - copy</li> <li>&lt;ctrl&gt;+&lt;shift&gt;+&lt;v&gt; - paste</li> <li>&lt;ctrl&gt;+&lt;r&gt; - searches command line history</li> <li>&lt;ctrl&gt;+&lt;l&gt; - clears the terminal (lower case 'L')</li> <li>&lt;ctrl&gt;+&lt;u&gt; - erases entire line to the left of cursor</li> <li>&lt;ctrl&gt;+&lt;k&gt; - erases to the right</li> <li>&lt;ctrl&gt;+&lt;w&gt; - erases one word left</li> <li>&lt;ctrl&gt;+&lt;d&gt; - logout or exit</li> </ul> <h2>Configure Terminology</h2> <em>Right-click</em> anywhere in the <strong>Terminology</strong> window to<em> bring up</em> the <strong>Configuration menu</strong>. You will now <em>see</em> <strong>control</strong> <strong>buttons</strong> to <em>change</em> <strong>settings</strong> and <em>perform</em> the following <strong>functions</strong>: <ul> <li>Create a new terminal window</li> <li>Copy/paste texts</li> <li>Split the terminal window horizontally or vertically</li> <li>Open Settings to customize Terminology</li> <li>Miniview</li> <li>Display details of Terminology</li> <li>Close Terminology</li> </ul> While the <strong>Configuration menu</strong> is open, <em>click</em> <strong>Settings</strong>. From here you are able to <em>change</em>: <ul> <li>Behaviors (alerts/bells, cursor style)</li> <li>Mouse</li> <li>Font</li> <li>Theme</li> <li>Backgrounds</li> <li>Colors</li> <li>Keybindings</li> <li>Toolkits</li> </ul> <em>Clicking</em> on a blank space on <strong>Terminology</strong> will <em>close</em> the <strong>Settings</strong> and <strong>Configuration menus</strong>. <h2>Embedded Tools/Functionality</h2> <strong>Terminology</strong> comes with some embedded command-line functionality to make your life easier. These being: <ul> <li><code>tyls</code>  - List directory contents with bells and whistles,</li> <li><code>tyalpha</code> - Set background transparency level,</li> <li><code>tybg</code> - Change the Terminal background image,</li> <li><code>tycat</code> - Display inline a media file or a URL,</li> <li><code>typop</code> - Display in a popup a media file or a URL,</li> <li><code>tyq</code> - Queue media files or URL to be popped up,</li> <li><code>tysend</code> - Send files to the terminal. It can be useful through ssh.</li> </ul> <h2>Further reading</h2> For a more comprehensive user guide please refer to the eBook: <em>Bodhi [library term="version"] – The Complete Guide for Beginners, </em>details on how to access/download this free eBook can be found in the <a href="https://www.bodhilinux.com/w/quick-faq/#Bodhi_eBook">FAQ's</a> <h3>Additional Resources:</h3> <ul> <li><a href="https://www.enlightenment.org/about-terminology.md">About Terminology</a></li> </ul>
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