Tagged: Terminal

Screen Command Examples To Manage Multiple Terminal Sessions

Screen Command Examples To Manage Multiple Terminal Sessions

GNU Screen is a terminal multiplexer (window manager). As the name says, Screen multiplexes the physical terminal between multiple interactive shells, so we can perform different tasks in each terminal session. All screen sessions run...

GPM - Configure Mouse Support For Linux Virtual Consoles

How To Configure Mouse Support For Linux Virtual Consoles

I use Oracle VirtualBox to test various Unix-like operating systems. Most of my VMs are headless servers that does not have graphical desktop environment. For a long time, I have been wondering how can we...

Termtosvg - Record Terminal Sessions As SVG Animations In Linux

How To Record Terminal Sessions As SVG Animations In Linux

Recording Terminal sessions may help in several cases. You can use those recording sessions to document everything that you did in Terminal and save them for future reference. You can use them to demonstrate different...

Search The Web From Terminal

How To Search The Web From Terminal

A while ago, we wrote about Surfraw, a commandline interface to popular search engines and 100+ websites. Surfraw helps you to search for anything from Internet from Terminal. Today, I stumbled upon a similar utility...