LinuxPR: Release of ezTerm 2.0 software for Linux users
Aug 08, 2000, 19:24 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Apiva.com Web Corporation (OTCBB: APVAF - the "Company") announced
today the release of ezTerm 2.0 ("ezTerm"), the newest version of
its Linux terminal reference software. Often referred to as an
electronic "Cheat Sheet", the software allows users to simplify the
multitude of Linux commands into an organized menu system.
software's design helps eliminate the complexities of the Linux
command line by combining a Linux terminal with a comprehensive
command reference interface. This allows users of Linux, from
beginner to expert, to obtain assistance with commands through the
use of the software's built-in drop-down menus while still being
able to enter commands directly in the terminal."
"ezTerm provides the user with a comprehensive description of
Linux commands including their meaning, purpose, and various
options of the commands. ... ezTerm contains an advanced search
feature that allows users to locate their desired command by means
of an alphabetical index or a key word search. When the desired
command is located, all it takes is a mouse click to position the
command in the terminal window. ... ezTerm supports user
customization with its Menu Editor feature. Users are able to
change the look and feel of the software to meet their individual
needs by adding or removing menus and command items at will."