Second settings on Lubuntu after installation in the case of a Japanese Blogger
Lubuntu has convenient manipulate thing. Openbox, Window manager, is simple and useful. For example, when many application windows opens on desktop, users should be moving mouse or trackpad many times. I think it is annoying thing and inconvenient. Tiling window manager makes feel better when inconvenient situation will be taking place again.
This screenshot explained that I used key binding to Terminal. I did not adjust Terminal window to using mouse or trackpad. For example, if users want to adjust application window size on desktop, Special key + Arrow keys makes adjust application window. Therefore, I type Special key + Arrow keys, special key + ← while Terminal window is being active on desktop, and the window divide 50% on desktop. It is default setting.
I wanted to open file manager, so I clicked file icon on below toolar. Let’s take a look this screenshot. It was comfortable to see and to manipulate between Terminal window and file manager window. Please remember. Tiling window manager is convenient if you are using GUI manipulation.
While I have been set each settings on Lubuntu, I did not connect the Internet. Look the icon at toolbar below on desktop under right side. The icon display did not change. It means that related setting next is very important. Linux desktop users have to turn on Firewall. There are two ways. First way, Firewall setting is able to change by Terminal. Second way, Firewall setting is able to change by GUI tool. I have used Terminal because it was easy to set enable Firewall.
username@computer's name:~$ sudo ufw status
It is basically prompt on Terminal. You had set user name and computer’s name when you ware installation of Lubuntu.
Therefore, in my case was here.
ns@lubuntu-lts-64bit-usb:~$ sudo ufw status
This command is same as the screenshot. This command means checking Firewall status. Moreover, sudo command is password necessary.
In short, it did not set enable Firewall at this time, so it should change it.
username@computer's name:~$ sudo ufw enable
In my case,
ns@lubuntu-lts-64bit-usb:~$ sudo ufw enable
This command is enable Firewall on Lubuntu.
username@computer's name:~$ clear
In my case,
clear command is erase previous input and output. I often use this command. I recommend it.
username@computer's name:~$ exit
In my case,
exit command is close Terminal window. Therefore, I do not use close button on Terminal, so I have hidden close button on Terminal.
Therefore, I recommend to use key binding Terminal.
- Ctrl + Alt + t boots Terminal.
- exit command closes Terminal.
If these manipulations get used to users, it will be more convenient on Linux desktop.
Finally, I have created webP animation about Terminal Settings. Linux desktop can create it. I will let you know about it later.