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A terminal is just a keyboard and a screen that are connected to the computer through the network, over a modem, or directly. Your keyboard and monitor form a terminal that is directly attached to the computer: This special terminal is often also called the console. '''Terminal''' has different meanings:
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In some sense:
 *A terminal is a '''text''' terminal display
 *And a '''["X"]''' is '''graphical''' (or ["GUI"]) terminal display (["XFree86"])
 *[http://packages.debian.org/unstable/gnome/gnome-terminal.html Gnome terminal, a terminal for Gnome environment ].
 * http://linux.org.mt/article/terminal .
 * A terminal is just a keyboard and a screen that are connected to the computer through the network, over a modem, or directly. Your keyboard and monitor form a terminal that is directly attached to the computer: This special terminal is often also called the console.
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 See ["Bash"].  * More generally, in Linux a terminal or console is a CommandLine interface or ["Bash"] ( a '''text''' terminal , as opposed to a '''graphical''' (or ["GUI"]) terminal display (["XFree86"]).
  * * [http://packages.debian.org/unstable/gnome/gnome-terminal.html Gnome terminal, a terminal for Gnome environment ].
 
== See also ==

* http://linux.org.mt/article/terminal .
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Terminal has different meanings:

  • A terminal is just a keyboard and a screen that are connected to the computer through the network, over a modem, or directly. Your keyboard and monitor form a terminal that is directly attached to the computer: This special terminal is often also called the console.
  • More generally, in Linux a terminal or console is a CommandLine interface or ["Bash"] ( a text terminal , as opposed to a graphical (or ["GUI"]) terminal display (["XFree86"]).

See also

* http://linux.org.mt/article/terminal .


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