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Is there equivalent to Ubuntu(Ctrl + Alt + T) terminal in Fedora?

asked 2018-04-09 18:54:47 -0500

miloskal0108997 gravatar image

I know for ALT + F2 and it is equivalent to CTRL + R in Windows, but I'd feel more comfortable if there would be console with windowed GUI, like we have it in Windows (cmd prompt) and Ubuntu.

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In GNOME I click the windows key (Super key ) and then really fast type "te" and enter and it opens the terminal for me. You can do this for every single application. There doesn't seem to be a default shortcut in GNOME at least. But Linux is wonderful. If you open Settings>Devices and go all the way down you will see a long + button click on it and add any short cut you want. Don't know if this was exactly what you were looking for. I hope It helps.

centinel20 gravatar imagecentinel20 ( 2018-04-09 22:29:12 -0500 )edit

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answered 2018-04-09 22:59:00 -0500

florian gravatar image

Just define yourself a custom keyboard shortcut.

Use for example Super+t to start the application gnome-terminal. (or use Ctrl+Alt+t or whatever you like...)

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