Great BUT I need help with something I am semi fluent in Linux command line so that is not my problem, I am trying to run a shell script that needs to be run without having to keep the app directly open. When I switch tab for even a second it says "Killed", and I haven't seen any options to avoid that. Anyone know how to fix this?
Beautiful UI I kinda love designed apps. Yes, Terminal apps are supposedly ugly. But this awesome app made a nice interface even for Terminal. Now I use the Terminal, more than ever, because its much more neat & clean. Keep up the good work, dev!
Is this app a prank or whut? Keyboard input at cmd line works %20 of trying (@best, more like 1 in 12)... W h u t dafuq will be uninstalling immediately.
You should really have a quick check for busybox or even just if a path is set that has more than ls, cat, and echo. If I wss new to Linux or command-line in general, I'd be scared I broke something. Perhaps a check to see if busybox, toybox, and toolbox are in the current path and offer to have a script find them for the user if not. I guess it's OSS and I'm free to get to it myself, but feel free to get to it first unless it's kinda a built in safety measure so people gotta know what they're doing first :)
Needs soft keys How am I supposed to use a terminal without arrow keys, autocomplete, or the ability to copy/paste? There are shortcuts that involve using the volume keys, but even those don't seem to work.
Looks good Very usable, only annoying thing is that pressing Vol Down + c should stop any running command just like terminal in Ubuntu, but it doesn't. let's say to stop ping command, it couldn't make it stop. Please help.
-History of commands (can be accessed from navigation drawer panel).
-Favorite commands (check three dots in toolbar, after adding commands will appear in drawer too).
-Favorite commands are sortable.
-Minor design tweaks.
-Fixed crash when coming back from Windows/Preferences.
-Fixed bug with pasting.