How do i find the linux terminal?



dos2unix

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What desktop are you using? MATE, Gnome, KDE, or something else?
 

KGIII

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Once again, the OP isn't giving us nearly enough information to help them.

With your question, there's no answer we can give you with 100% confidence.

I mean, you can probably find it with CTRL ALT T - but that's not going to work with every distro and it's not going to work if you're running Linux in a VirtualBox VM.

Along with letting us know the desktop environment, please let us know what version of Linux you're using.

Are you using Ubuntu 20.04 LTS with Cinnamon added? We have no idea. Believe it or not, we can't actually see your computer.

Help us to help you.

Also, welcome to the site.
 

Condobloke

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G'day Cyndirr, Welcome to linux.org

Well, you have just established yourself as something different.

Perhaps it will become clearer to us, if you explain your story

Where are you from ?

Which language is your first language ?

Do you have a Pc or a Laptop ?

What is your operating system on that computer ?

Keep talking......tell us your needs
 

wizardfromoz

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OHHHHH Youre supposed to use Unbuntu? Got it.
Noooo... we are asking what YOU have installed?

Then we can explain how to find Terminal.

Cheers

Chris Turner
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wizardfromoz

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Droll, boys. :)

Ctrl-Alt-t is as good, but I am seeking to establish if the OP actually has an installation, what it is and what he wants to do with Terminal.

Nite all.

Wiz
 


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