Hotwire – graphical terminal for Ubuntu

Sponsored Link
Hotwire is a graphical shell intended to replace the interactive command execution portion of a typical Unix shell. It includes much of the functionality found in the combination of a terminal emulator, a shell, and core utilities like ls and grep.

Download Hotwire .deb package from here

Now you should be having hotwire_0.599-1~getdeb1_all.deb package

Install this package using the following command

sudo dpkg -i hotwire_0.599-1~getdeb1_all.deb

This will complete the installation.

If you want to open hotwire Go to Applications--->System Tools--->Hotwire Shell

Once it opens you should see the following screen

Hotwire Examples

1)When you type ls command it give the available commands list

2)ls -al output shows in the window

Hotwire Version Details

Sponsored Link

Incoming search terms:

Related posts

2 thoughts on “Hotwire – graphical terminal for Ubuntu

  1. Hotwire is a genius program but i think people should go to their website and download the latest version since there are lots of bugfixes in this new release. You can for example use sudo comands in the newest version of Hotwire.

    [Reply]

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *