Fantastic. Works like a charm. Package selection is great. Haven't run into any weird edges or anything so far. Screen control is easy and intuitive. Works just fine with my bluetooth keyboard. Only thing I wish it did was allow writing to the SD card (termux-setup-storage doesn't do that). also, anytopnm breaks because jpeg2pnm doesn't exist in the netpbm distribution you provide (fixed it by using djpeg -pnm $file)
Stable Linux environment with apt-like package management and easy access to specialty keys. Easily the best terminal I've used on Android. Edit: I've been using it for months, I still couldn't be happier. The termux API add-on lets you use Android features from the Termux command line making this app INDISPENSABLE. GET IT.
Looks great. But how can I use basic commands like CTRL+C to close a process, TAB to autocomplete, UPARROW to repeat a command, etc?? EDIT: how about adding the keyboard cheat sheet link to the left drag menu? Congrats for the amazing work!
Its very handy and stable. Almost feels like the real thing: -) Use it with hacker keyboard and you get the full benifit of QWERTY keyboard. It really helps with VIM and MC. Only issue I faced is that I couldn't move out of the emulator folder.
Amazing piece of software! I do, however, wish there was an option to keep the screen awake. The wakelock option in the notification shade seems to only stop the app from being closed/slept by Android, rather than it being a screen wakelock. I've been able to work around this by making a tasker task to detect when Termux is open then adjusting the screen timeout accordingly, but it's a bit hit-or-miss. Something built in would probably work better.
Fantastic app. Doesn't have quite all the packages that you might want, but it can ssh, have multiple sessions, and interact with the rest of the file system. It's also free, open source, and doesn't have crazy permissions requests so that's great.
Fix crash in termux-open/xdg-open when opening an URL on Android versions before 7.