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    Advise a good terminal emulator, except xterm, lxde-terminal, urxvt, terminator and any multiplexers which are not terminals in principle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LinuxerGeek View Post
    Advise a good terminal emulator, except xterm, lxde-terminal, urxvt, terminator and any multiplexers which are not terminals in principle.
    heres a good link for you: LMGTFY

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    windows has a good one, it's called 'cmd'.
    it's extremely user-friendly and stable.

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    I've been using xterm as long as I remember, am I missing out big on something? Have I lived wrong?

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    I like the one that comes with Cinnamon and I think LXDE. It's simple and has very little customization options.

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