Like the title says, I'm after a good a Terminal Emulator. Text files, now thats another thing that annoys me. If you want to make changes to earlier output, switch to normal mode, yank it, then paste it in a new buffer. I find that trackpad then 8 works fine for recalling previous commands. I'm running Unity in Ubuntu 15.
That's another app I can get rid of. You can use clipman to sync selections and paste it anywhere using the middle click of your mouse. I want to be able to select certain text with mouse to copy and paste it to the commandline. Thanks for contributing an answer to Stack Overflow! Do I take this to mean the problem actually lies with the Android kernel and the way it interprets these keypresses? Use the utility to capture the terminal output to a file ansi color control characters included and then convert it to html with script. The title bar of the emulator shows the port that is being used, so you can see if it's different. I got all the way to the part where I actually install the recovery and it says no such file or directory.
This is game-changing shit right here. As an alternative to , you could use. Thanks to someone who created an Apple script to force input password into the password field when opening an encrypted volume. On Terminal Emulator you can long press the screen and send the control key from the pop up menu. I've come to the conclusion that it's my phone, T-Mobile, 2.
This changes your default shell to bash, which supports tab completion. When I need to note colorful terminal text output, I want the color of terminal text can be remained in my notes, e. I've noticed that a lot of the apps aimed at the rooting fraternity seem to be paid ones. Don't really care that much though - maybe later. This makes sense if you think about it: the program running in the terminal has its own cursor, and handles input on its own a shell for example, would insert your text at the cursor and move the cursor along. At one time it had the distinction of being the fastest terminal emulator due to some intelligence code which cut down on the amount of text written to the screen while scrolling.
You may already have bash, but if not, this will give you one. Please make a nandroid backup before tinkering with this. I really appreciate how helpful everybody is on the forum. That amazing script also solved this problem! Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Funny, I never even thought of looking to see what other options were there other than ssh. You can print the bottom few lines of a file using the tail command, e. Also you could install which includes a full desktop keyboard including control and alt keys.
Consider using with Hackers Keyboard for best results. Xfce Terminal is a personal favorite of mine. Every Android device has a console. In this wiki, a lot of actions have to be preformed in the console. There are a couple of ways to talk to the console, on the phone via an terminal emulator, via adb shell over an usb cable or over wifi using sshd.
I've been trying to get cwm recovery on this phone for a few days now. In some cases, no applications has been written that can do the same. That's why I use adb shell if I want to seriously poke around. And please those of you who deign to grace us with your vim wisdom - be kind. Well, it bloody doesn't work for me. I usually send the text I want to copy as an sms message through telnet and then copy the text from the sms message. I would like the ability to jump to the bottom of a long log, rather than have to scroll there.
The answers to the 4 years old question were not helpful. I'm sure there are more term emulators out there that are lighter weight, but these are just the ones I'm most familiar with and the ones most Terminal. Can someone tell me how I might paste from normal mode? In the Swype or SlideIt thread it was mentioned that with SlideIt you can save phrases with short 2-3 char codes. What I would really like is the ability to save specific commands that I use regularly, like bookmarks in a browser. Has this been worked out in vim8, and is there some escape sequence I need to know about? The decision is mainly going to come down to which toolkit you like and which dependencies you can live with. I have the Apple script icon always stay on top of the screen the status bar so whenever I need to copy and paste, it is just one click away. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author's experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
There may be a way to send the modifier keys through the terminal app, however I have never used that app so I can't say. Once the emulator receives the message you can copy it and paste it wherever you like. I can get it to load, but it seems lost; e. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. I've tried Junkie's auto installer and updated installer and I know the recovery is in root of my sdcard. But I seriously miss tab completion, especially when working with a phone keypad. .
Gnome Terminal served as the basis for Xfce Terminal, so the preferences look the similar to Xfce Terminal. If you need to reset your password,. Is there another terminal emulator that accepts cut and paste from other programs' windows? Can some one tell me how to load a file into terminal emulator that will run like when I paste the same commands into it? Just, select some text, open the terminal, and press the middle click. I'm trying to keep my log file growth in check on my triumph. An active terminal buffer isn't modifiable. This is in insert mode though.