Terminator is a popular choice among Linux users, particularly those who work extensively with the command line, because of its advanced features and flexibility.
It's available in the software repositories of many Linux distributions and can be installed using package managers like APT (for Debian/Ubuntu-based systems) or YUM (for Red Hat/Fedora-based systems).
Let's get down to business
Check your OS
This step is just to make sure you have Linux Mint or a **Ubuntu-**based Linux distribution.
cat /etc/os-release lsb_release -a uname -a
Update package manager repository
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt install terminator
Executable file's path
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