Tilix

Tilix is an advanced GTK3 tiling terminal emulator that follows the Gnome Human Interface Guidelines.

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Features



Getting Tilix

The best way to get Tilix is from packages maintained for your specific Linux distribution. The following distributions have packages available.

  • Tilix is available in the default repository.

  • An ABBS Manifest is available for AOSC OS.

  • Tilix is available in Arch Linux via the Arch User Repository (AUR) as the AUR Tilix Package.

  • Tilix is available for Cent OS as an EPEL Package via COPR.

  • Official Tilix packages are available for stretch-backports, buster and sid.

  • For Fedora 24/25, Tilix is available in a COPR Repository. For Fedora 26 and newer, Tilix is available in the default repository.

  • Tilix packages for OpenSUSE can be found by performing a Package Search.

  • PPA

    Tilix is available for Ubuntu thanks to the WebUpd8 team and their PPA: WebUpd8

  • For 64-bit distros where a package is not available, Tilix can be installed manually from the Tilix Github releases section by downloading tilix.zip and following these instructions:

    sudo unzip tilix.zip -d /
    sudo glib-compile-schemas /usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas/
    


Contribute

Tilix welcomes contributions and encourages participation from the community, for developers please visit the Tilix Github Development site to contribute. For translators, Tilix is localized using Weblate, please visit the Weblate hosted Tilix translations site in order to assist with translations, please do not submit direct pull requests to the repository for translations.

If you are having issues with Tilix, feel free to open issues in the Tilix Github Issues page as necessary. Developers and users can also be found on IRC on the freenode network in the #terminix room.