Works like a champ. Thank you thank you thank you - for removing that annoying screen shake. It once again looks and behaves like a serious terminal. For functionality, I've always preferred a command line terminal interface, and I'm a U*ix veteran of a few decades, so this gives me my most comfortable computer interface on my mobiles, just as useful as on my workstation. Thanks!
Exactly what I needed All I needed was an ssh client which supported copy/paste and multiple windows. Termux is great for that if you're used to the environment. I also needed an editor, so I installed zile, then I installed emacs on a whim, and when that worked, I ran apt list and things got a little silly after that. I uninstalled the other ssh clients I'd been trying and I might just use termux for everything now.
Simply the best I originally needed an ssh client, and people kept recommending JuiceSSH. This solves all the problems of that, plus being just about the best implementation of special keys for soft keyboard I've seen. Fantastic.
This is the best android terminal I downloaded many terminal apps but without success on installing tools, but with this i did all i want, the only thing I would like to know is where it save and download tools ( i mean the directory) and know if it is accessible in file manager.
Unable locate Packages I am able to run commands like apt install python, and it installs the package but it shows me error that it is unable to locate the package..
Linux environment on my tablet? Yes Please Best part is that now I am writing and compiling Go programs on my Pixel C. This decreases the amount of times I am remoting in to other systems. Great work and great app.
• Work better with the stock CyanogenMod and AOSP keyboards.
• Remove the shaking of the terminal on a bell character introduced in v0.44.
• Restore the ability to press Enter on the on-screen Android TV keyboard.
A historical list of changes is available at https://termux.com/changelog.html