Powerful terminal emulation and a comprehensive collection of Linux packages are both included in the Termux software.
Take some time to appreciate the bash and zsh shells.
• Use nnn to manage your files, and then use nano, vim, or emacs to edit them.
• Connect to servers using the SSH protocol.
• Coding should be done in C using clang, make, and gdb.
• The Python console can serve as a pocket calculator if you know how to use it.
• Use git to check out different projects.
How to uninstall the application:
- Go into your settings
- Go into the Applications Manager
- Uninstall the Termux app by selecting it and clicking Uninstall.
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Downloading a minimal base system is the first step, after which the apt package manager can be used to install any additional packages that the user requires. Long-pressing any area of the terminal will bring up the terminal’s built-in help, from which you can access additional information by selecting the Help menu option.
Quite possibly the most helpful application on my Android phone! It even allows me to use my phone as a server for running Jupyter notebooks, which is a fantastic feature. Since the most recent update added soft keys for things like the CTRL and ALT buttons, it is a lot easier for me to use Hacker’s Keyboard because I don’t have to keep switching back and forth between it and other keyboards. Excellent work, and I hope you can keep it up!
Amazing software!! However, it does not appear to be functioning properly on the Samsung Galaxy Tab A with an 8-inch screen that I purchased a few nights ago. After pressing a character on the onscreen keyboard, the character does not appear on the screen as quickly as it should. On the other hand, when I press the space bar, a string of characters appears. After looking it up online, I found that other people are reporting having the same issue. When will this issue finally be resolved? I am unable to determine whether the issue is caused by Termux, the on-screen keyboard, another component of the Samsung Galaxy, a combination of any of these factors, or anything else. However, Termux appears to function normally on both the larger Samsung Galaxy and the OnePlus 6t smart phone that I use.