rxvt is a terminal emulator for the X Window System (and, in the form of a Cygwin port, for Windows), originally written by Rob Nation and later extensively modified by Mark Olesen, who took over maintenance for several years. It is intended to be a slimmed-down replacement for xterm, omitting some of its little-used features, like Tektronix 4014 emulation and toolkit-style configurability. The latter refers to the Xt resource mechanism, e.g., for binding keys. rxvt is an extended version of the older xvt terminal emulator by John Bovey of the University of Kent. The name originally stood for "Robert's xvt", but was later re-dubbed "our xvt" (pronounced like the letters r-x-v-t).
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  • Linux Shell

    … with the shell. There is many different terminal emulators that you can use, But most Linux distributions supply several such as, konsole, xterm, kvt, eterm, gnome-terminal, rxvt and nxterm. Using a terminal Under gnome you can open your menu and locate the konsole or terminal and then click it. That will open a black window that will show you…

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