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  • oleid
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    Given the upstream recommendation from GNOME, expect other Linux distributions to begin transitioning from gnome-terminal to gnome-console moving forward.
    It is recommended for the casual terminal user, not "power users" according to gnome-console's gitlab page:

    A minimal terminal for GNOME

    Console is supposed to be a simple terminal emulator for the average user to carry out simple cli tasks and aims to be a ‘core’ app for GNOME/Phosh

    We are not however trying to replace GNOME Terminal/Tilix, these advanced tools are great for developers and administrators, rather Console aims to serve the casual linux user who rarely needs a terminal

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  • GNOME Console Could Be Ubuntu 22.10's GNOME Terminal Replacement

    Phoronix: GNOME Console Could Be Ubuntu 22.10's GNOME Terminal Replacement

    Back in May was a proposal by Canonical desktop software engineer Jeremy Bicha to use the new GNOME Console as the default terminal application in Ubuntu 22.10, replacing the GNOME Terminal. That default change hasn't happened yet but some necessary improvements have now been made to Ubuntu Kinetic's gnome-console package ahead of that possible shift...

    https://www.phoronix.com/news/GNOME-...e-Ubuntu-22.10
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