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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

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How to run terminal with keyboard shortcut in Ubuntu?

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Are you tired of going to applications menu all the time for starting terminal? Don't want to make terminal shortcut on the panel or desktop?

Here is simple solution. Go to system/preferences/keyboard shortcuts.
When list is open, scroll down and find terminal, click on new shortcut and press for example F12. Closing the settings, you can instantly start terminal every time when you need it with pressing F12.

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Shawn said...

I usually bind it to the "Windows" key.

That makes it a useful key for something....

Anonymous said...

Yes, Windows key for Linux function. Interesting idea ....

Anonymous said...

someone said that this post is a spam. I don't understand why? Its so clean and useful tip.