When i use the text terminal (tty2 for example) is it possible to open picture files or pdfs ??
or is just limited to text files ??
also are there web browsers or mail clients for this mode ??
For a strange and dark reason (that is locked in my head) I wish to boot my box into Text CLI Mode.
I found a great way to do this simply, add 'text' after 'quiet' in '/etc/default/grub', that works pretty well !
But the trick now is to get X.ORG starts (with a display manager) hiddenly on tty2 for example.
The reason I need X starts hiddenly is :
I wish to start my box in text m
So like the title says how to: Rename files with 'mv' or any other command in terminal that starts with -.text.extension ?
I allready know how to rename example: text.extension and hidden files but when it starts with -.text then I can't figure it out how.
I've been strugling with this quite a while because I can't find any information on google about this matter.
I am using Ubuntu 12.04. I know two methods to access the web-pages through terminal. They are lynx and elinks. When I tried to use them to access web-pages from terminal, I didn't seem to get any improvements on browsing speed. I am not sure whether it's just normal or my Internet speed is slow.
Although Linux has become easy enough for practically anyone to use without ever having to use the Terminal, there are some of us who regularly use it or are curious about how one can control their system with it.
I have a large collection of PDF files and am looking forward to an application that:
Is easy to install (Available in repositories)
Is portable (migration to other computer running linux or windows should be easy)
Allows annotating and tagging/ categorizing the PDFs
Allows searching the text of PDFs, metadata, annotations, tags, etc.
Allows batch import of PDFs
Also allows importing PDFs withou