Xterm is a classical lightweight terminal for Linux/Unix which is a simple but yet effective way to get your command line work done.To install Xterm look for something like xterm or xterminal inside your package manager.
One problem with the Xterm is however that by default it might look something that you might like to customize at some point if you are one of those people who always tweak and change things. Continue reading →
As I covered the case of top-down terminal tilda in an earlier post I had an idea to write a post about another terminal client which I used during the last few years. This terminal was called aterm: a nice program which you could literally integrate to your desktop.
Aterm is a great terminal to customize and I really recommend to check out the manual pages of aterm for more information: in terminal client(s) type: man aterm. Continue reading →