yakuake

yakuake

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yakuake is only available on the unstable candidate channel. It could break and change often.

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Quake-style terminal emulator based on KDE Konsole technology

yakuake is a terminal based on an electronic game released in 1978 YaKuake is inspired from the terminal in the Quake game when you press a key (by default F12, but that can be changed) a terminal window slides down from the top of the screen. Press the key again, and the terminal slides back. It is faster than a keyboard shortcut because it is already loaded into memory and as such is very useful to anyone who frequently finds themselves switching in and out of terminal sessions.

Details for yakuake

License
  • GPL-2.0+

Last updated
  • 3 October 2019

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Ubuntu 20.04
Ubuntu 22.04
Ubuntu 18.04
Manjaro
Ubuntu 22.10
Linux Mint 19.3
Debian 11
Fedora 37
Linux Mint 20.3
Zorin OS 16
Linux Mint 20.2
Ubuntu 16.04
Linux Mint 21.1
pop 22.04
Ubuntu 21.10

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