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Can someone tell me how to open a Terminal in Damn Small Linux?
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One way is to right click the desktop, and you'll get a menu where there should be an "Aterm" or "Aterm root". If it' a newer version of of DSL, then you also have an "Apps" icon on the desktop, and if you open that you will also find terminals in there.
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See thats where I thought it was, but I don't see it under any of the submenus in Apps.
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Ok well I finally got a work around by using a program in DSL. However I was still unable to use the terminal.
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