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Overview

Deepin Terminal is a terminal emulator with simple interface, rich and powerful functions created by Deepin Technology. You can instantly start and close Deepin Terminal smoothly like normal file window, allowing you to input commands with facility and no distractions. Let's try the Quake mode, browse webs while inputting commands. When there are multiple tasks, you can add tabs in terminal to create more workspaces like in the browser or split the workspace into multiple windows. It's a piece of cake to upload and download files with remote management. More powerful functions are waiting for you to explore!

Guide

You can run, exit or create shortcuts for Deepin Terminal.

Run Deepin Terminal

  1. Click on launcher-24 on dock to enter launcher interface.
  2. Find terminal-24 to click on, you can:

    • Click on Send to desktop to create a desktop shortcut.
    • Click on Send to dock to fix it on dock.
    • Click on Add to startup to add it to startup, it will automatically run when the system starts up.

notes: You can also press Ctrl+Alt+T to open Deepin Terminal.

Exit Deepin Terminal

  1. On Deepin Terminal interface, click on × to exit.

  2. Right click on terminal-24 on Dock and select Close All to exit.

  3. On Deepin Terminal interface, click on menu_icon to select Exit to exit.

notes: There will be a prompt when programs are still running in terminal.

View Shortcuts

You can press Ctrl+ Shift+? on keyboard to open shortcuts preview interface.

Basic Operations

You can right click on Deepin Terminal interface to do daily operations.

Search

You can use the search function to quickly search contents in terminal.

  1. Right click on Deepin Terminal interface.

  2. Click on Search.

  3. Type the word in search box and click on Enter.

  4. Then the search results will be highlighted.

  5. Press Esc on keyboard or click on any location of terminal interface to exit search.

tips: Press Enter to search down from current location. You can also click on ↑ and ↓ to search.

Copy/Paste

You can freely copy and paste the contents or commands among terminal and anywhere else.

  1. Select the commands or contents to be copied.

  2. Right click to select Copy to copy elsewhere.

  3. If you want to paste on terminal, right click to select Paste.

tips: If the content is a link, you can also right click to copy by hovering on it even no contents selected.

Quake Mode

Press Alt + F2 to open a quake window, and then press again to hide.

tips: You can also click on terminal-24 on Dock to select Quake Terminal to open a quake window.

Open File and Application Program

On Deepin Terminal interface, select the file in current directory and right-click to select Open to call the system application to open the selected file.

  1. On Deepin Terminal interface, input ls -al to display files in current directory.

  2. Double-click the left mouse button to select the file name.

  3. Right-click.

  4. Click on Open.

Switch Encoding

You can quickly switch the encoding according to your needs.

  1. Right click on Deepin Terminal interface.

  2. Select Encoding.

  3. Select the encoding to switch in the encoding list.

Window Operations

Window is the base for you to do other operations in terminal. You can create many workspaces and split more windows.

New Window

  1. Open Deepin Terminal and click the main menu to select New Window.

  2. Then a new terminal window will be opened.

tips: You can also right click on terminal-24 on Dock to select New Window.

Split Window

  1. Right click on Deepin Terminal interface.

    • Click on Vertical split to split the interface into left and right parts.

    • Click on Horizontal split to split the interface into top and bottom parts.
  2. You can input commands in each terminal window, and can also view the results of command executed.

tips: You can also press Ctrl+Shift+J on keyboard to split vertically, and press Ctrl+Shift+H to split horizontally.

Display Window in Fullscreen

  1. Open Deepin Terminal in launcher interface.

  2. Press F11 to display Deepin Terminal in fullscreen.

  3. If you want to restore the normal display, please press F11.

notes: You can also right click to select Fullscreen or Exit fullscreen on Deepin Terminal interface. For developers, can use command -m --window-mode to adjust the window mode.

Close Window

For multiple splitting windows, you can execute the following operations to close:

  1. On Deepin terminal interface, move the mouse pointer over one of the splitting windows.

  2. Right click, you can:

    • Select Close window to close this splitting window.

    • Select Close other windows to close other splitting windows except the current window.

Workspace Operations

The current workspace status will be displayed in different colors of workspace tabs.

New Workspace

  • Right click on Deepin Terminal interface and select New workspace to create a new workspace.

  • Click on + on the top to create a workspace.

Select Workspace

You can freely switch between multiple workspaces by one of the following operations:

  • Directly click the workspace tab to select a workspace.
  • Press Ctrl+Tab to switch in sequence.
  • Press Alt+ 1~9 Number key to select the workspace; when workspaces are more than 9, the last workspace will be selected rather the ninth one.

Close Workspace

  • Move the mouse pointer over the preview window of workspace, click on × to close the workspace.

  • Press Ctrl+Shift+W

tips: When there is only one window in workspace, you can also right click to select Close window to close.

Remote Server Management

You can right click or click the main menu to open remote management panel to add remote servers. The remote management panel will be automatically hidden when you adjust the window size.

Add Server

  1. On Deepin Terminal interface, right click or click on menu_icon in the top right corner.

  2. Select Remote management to open the panel.

  3. Click on Add server to fill out:

    • Server name
    • Address
    • Username
    • Password
    • Certificate
  4. Click on Add to add.

  5. If you need more parameters, please click on Advanced options to set, the default certificate file located in ~/.ssh/id_rsa.

notes: You can also press Ctrl+Slash to open the remote management panel.

Edit Server

  1. Hover the mouse pointer over the server added, click on edit to enter the detailed interface.

  2. Edit as needed.

  3. Click on Save to save the editing.

Group Servers

When we set a group for a server, it will be added in the group and displayed in the right remote management panel.

  1. Enter "Edit Server" interface.

  2. Click on Advanced options.

  3. Fill out the group and click on Save.

  4. Then this server will be grouped.

Search Server

When there are many servers, the search box will be displayed on the top of remote management panel.

  1. Input the server name and press Enter.

  2. The search results will be displayed at the panel.

Upload/Download File

You can upload and download files after logged in a server.

Upload File

  1. On the remote management panel, click one of the servers to log in.

  2. Right click to select Upload file.

  3. Select file to upload.

Download File

  1. On the remote management panel, click one of the servers to log in.

  2. Right click to select Download file.

  3. Select file to download.

Delete Server

  1. Enter "Edit Server" interface.

  2. Click on Advanced options.

  3. Select Delete server at the bottom to delete.

Main Menu

Switch Theme

  1. On Deepin Terminal interface, click on menu_icon in the top right corner.

  2. Click on Switch theme.

  3. The themes will be displayed on the right list, then you can select one to take effect right now.

Custom Commands

  1. On Deepin Terminal interface, click on menu_icon in the top right corner.

  2. Click on Custom commands.

  3. Select Add command.

  4. Input Name,Command and Shortcuts.

  5. Click on Add.

notes: You can also right click on the Deepin Terminal interface and select Custom commands to add.

Basic Settings

  1. On Deepin Terminal interface, click on menu_icon in the top right corner.

  2. Click on Settings.

  3. In the interface of Basic, you can:

    • Set the background transparency.

    • Set the font and font size.

Shortcuts Settings

  1. On Deepin Terminal interface, click on menu_icon in the top right corner.

  2. Click on Settings.

  3. In the interface of Shortcuts, you can:

    • Click the shortcuts to be modified, and input new shortcuts by keyboard.

    • Press Backspace if you want to disable the shortcut.

Advanced Settings

  1. On Deepin Terminal interface, click on menu_icon in the top right corner.

  2. Click on Settings.

  3. In the interface of Advanced, you can:

    • Set cursor style.

    • Enable or disable cursor blink.

    • Enable or disable the function of Scroll on keystroke.

    • Enable or disable the function of Scroll on output.

    • Set window startup mode.

notes: If you need to restore all default settings, please click on Restore default settings.

Help

You can click on Help to view the manual.

  1. On Deepin Terminal interface, click on menu_icon in the top right corner.

  2. Click on Help to view the manual of Deepin Terminal.

About

You can click on About to view the introduction of Deepin Terminal.

  1. On Deepin Terminal interface, click on menu_icon in the top right corner.

  2. Click on About to view the introduction of Deepin Terminal.

Exit

You can click on Exit to exit Deepin Terminal.

  1. On Deepin Terminal interface, click on menu_icon in the top right corner.

  2. Click on Exit to exit.