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Old 06-10-2008, 10:20 PM   #1
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LXer: Graphical Terminal Emulators for Linux

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Command line is known to be the most powerful way of doing things on Linux. Even though there are GUI tools for almost any task, doing them in the shell is most of the time faster and easier. Not to mention there are so many CLI tools out there, you only have to build a graphical interface in order to use them. It is also the most common way of spreading tutorials or helping new users, since it's less bandwidth consumptive (no screenshots, no explanations like 'go there, click on that, not that, the one below it'). This is a review on the most used terminal emulators in Linux.



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