How To Install Terminology 0.6.1 On Ubuntu 14.10, Ubuntu 14.04 And Derivative Systems

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Terminology is the terminal emulator from the Enlightenment desktop environment, having the main functions of any terminal emulator: support for backgrounds, themes for the layout and design, support for both X11 and Wayland, multiple tabs, support for block text selection and link handling and path and email address detection.

The latest version available is Terminology 0.6.1, part of the Enlightenment 19 desktop, been released a while ago, bringing changes, including:

  • Make term switching cyclic
  • Add Mouse-Over focus
  • Add Fraktur support
  • Add option whether to detect links
  • Add option to disable the sound of the bell
  • Add new themes: Nyanology and smyck
  • Add miniview feature
  • Improve terminal compatibility
  • Improve font selector to be able to select different font styles
  • Support rotation metadata on media files
  • Various bug fixes

how to install Terminology 0.6.1 on Ubuntu 14.10 Utopic Unicorn, Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty, Linux Mint 17 Qiana, Pinguy OS 14.04, Elementary OS 0.3 Freya, Peppermint Five, Linux Lite 2.0, LXLE 14.04, Deepin 2014

In this article I will show you how to install Terminology 0.6.1 on Ubuntu 14.10 Utopic Unicorn, Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr and their derivative systems, including: Linux Mint 17 Qiana, Pinguy OS 14.04, Elementary OS 0.3 Freya, Peppermint Five, Linux Lite 2.0, LXLE 14.04 and Deepin 2014.

Because it is available via PPA, installing Terminology 0.6.1 on Ubuntu 14.10, Ubuntu 14.04 and derivative systems is easy. All you have to do is add the PPA to your system, update the local repository index and install the terminology package. Like this:

$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:niko2040/e19
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install terminology

Optional, to remove terminology, do:

$ sudo apt-get remove terminology

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