sakura is a terminal emulator based on GTK+ and VTE. It's a terminal emulator with few dependencies, so you don't need a full GNOME desktop installed to have a decent terminal emulator.
- -?, --help
Show help options.
Show all help options
Show GTK+ Options
- -v, --version
Print version number
- -f, --font
Select initial terminal font
- -n, --ntabs
Select initial number of tabs
- -x, --execute
- -e, --xterm-execute
Execute command (compatible with xterm's -e option)
- -l, --login
- -t, --title
Set window title
- -c, --columns
Set columns number
- -r, --rows
Set rows number
- -h, --hold
Hold window after execute command
- -d, --working-directory
Set working directory
- -m, --maximize
- -s, --fullscreen
X display to use
Use alternate configuration file. Path is relative to the sakura config dir. (Example: ~/.config/sakura/FILENAME).
Program class as used by the window manager
Program name as used by the window manager
X screen to use
Make X calls synchronous
Load additional GTK+ modules
Make all warnings fatal
sakura supports keyboard bindings. They are configurable by setting the following properties in your sakura config file (~/.config/sakura/sakura.conf).
Accelerators can be set to any mask value from the GdkModifierType in gdktypes.h; see:
Mask values can be combined by ORing them.
For example, to set the delete tab accelerator to Ctrl + Shift:
because GDK_SHIFT_MASK has a value of 1 (1 << 0), and GDK_CONTROL_MASK has a value of 4 (1 << 2); ORing them together, you get 5.
I realise that this configuration is not so friendly to non-programmers, but it is a start. :)
For example, to set the add tab key to 'T':
Before sakura used keycodes instead of strings. They're still valid.
Ctrl + Shift + T -> New tab Ctrl + Shift + W -> Close current tab Ctrl + Shift + C -> Copy selected text Ctrl + Shift + V -> Paste selected text Alt + Left cursor -> Previous tab Alt + Right cursor -> Next tab Alt + [1-9] -> Switch to tab N (1-9) Ctrl + Shift + S -> Toggle scrollbar Ctrl + Shift + Mouse left button -> Open link F11 -> Fullscreen Shift + PageUp -> Move up through scrollback by page Shift + PageDown -> Move down through scrollback by page Ctrl + Shift + Up -> Move up through scrollback by line Ctrl + Shift + Down -> Move down through scrollback by line
You can also increase and decrease the font size in the GTK+ standard way (not configurable):
Ctrl + '+' -> Increase font size Ctrl + '-' -> Decrease font size
sakura is hosted on Launchpad. Bugs can be filed at:
sakura was written by David Gómez <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This manual page was written by Andrew Starr-Bochicchio <email@example.com>.
Both are released under the GNU General Public License, version 2 or later.