Termux bash script

Termux bash script DEFAULT


A shell is an command language interpreter that executes commands from standard input devices (like a keyboard) or from a file. Shells are not a part of the system kernel, but use the system kernel to execute programs, create files, etc.

Use from to change your login shell. Currently Termux supports bash, fish, tcsh, zsh and a few other shells.

Homepage: https://www.gnu.org/software/bash/

Bash is the default shell after installing termux.
The BASH shell init files are , and more. See `man bash` and `info bash` for more information.

Homepage: https://beanshell.github.io/


Beanshell is a fully Java compatible scripting language. BeanShell is now capable of interpreting ordinary Java source and loading .java source files from the class path. BeanShell scripted classes are fully typed and appear to outside Java code and via reflective inspection as ordinary classes. However their implementation is fully dynamic and they may include arbitrary BeanShell scripts in their bodies, methods, and constructors. Users may now freely mix loose, unstructured BeanShell scripts, method closures, and full scripted classes.

Homepage: http://fishshell.com/

FISH is a smart and user-friendly command line shell for macOS, Linux, and the rest of the family.
The FISH shell init files are , and more. See `man fish` and `info fish` for more information.

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Homepage: https://ipython.org/

IPython is an advanced interactive shell for Python language.

Homepage: http://www.tcsh.org/

TCSH is a C shell with file name completion and command line editing.
The TCSH shell init files are , and more. See `man tcsh` and `info tcsh` for more information.

Homepage: http://xon.sh/

Xonsh is a Python-powered, cross-platform, Unix-gazing shell language and command prompt. The language is a superset of Python 3.4+ with additional shell primitives that you are used to from Bash and IPython. It works on all major systems including Linux, Mac OSX, and Windows. Xonsh is meant for the daily use of experts and novices alike.

Homepage: https://www.zsh.org/

Zsh is a shell designed for interactive use, although it is also a powerful scripting language. Many of the useful features of bash, ksh, and tcsh were incorporated into zsh.
The zsh shell init files are and and more. See and for more information.

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Sours: https://wiki.termux.com/wiki/Shells


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This Termux bash setup shell script will attempt to set Arch Linux up in your Termux environment. See install for options how to run on device. Use to install Arch Linux in a Termux PRoot container on your Android smartphone and tablet, and Chromebook too. When successfully completed, you will be experiencing the pleasure of the Linux command prompt in Arch Linux in Termux PRoot on Android, Chromebook and Fire OS on smartphone, tablet and wearable.

Screenshot from an Android smartphone 2018


Thank you for making this project work better and please contribute 🔆  Contributors and Notice to Contributors have more information about this project.

Screenshot of Arch On Termux

PRoot has more information about Linux on device with Termux.

Share https://wiki.termux.com/wiki/Development everwhere🌎🌍🌏🌐!

Install Arch Linux into a Termux PRoot container with . After succesfull installation start the container with .

See https://TermuxArch.github.io/TermuxArch/docs/install for options how to run on device.

See https://TermuxArch.github.io/docsTermuxArch/startingArch for options how to start the Arch Linux container on device.

This repository uses submodules. To get all the pieces of this repository run the following code after cloning in the root directory of this repository:

Sours: https://sdrausty.github.io/TermuxPRoot/
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Does anybody here know how to run scripts with Termux?

" You can’t make external storage file executable. If your file on external storage either move it to termux home directory or execute like this bash filename"

Thanks shubhamtyagi

Yes, I can run the script if I use…


(whether it is executable or not)

“filename” is in “shared” directory not “termux home” directory.

“termux home” directory is higher up the hierarchy than “shared”.
I don’t think that I can put files in “termux home” because it doesn’t show in my file manager.
Maybe I would need a rooted phone to do that.

I suppose that “storage” and “storage/shared” is viewed as “external storage” by Termux.

See the hierarchy…
files -> home -> storage -> shared -> “filename”

1 So start Termux.

2 Then cd to storage/shared.

3 Then run bash filename or sh filename.

Is that the solution?

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Sours: https://forum.f-droid.org/t/does-anybody-here-know-how-to-run-scripts-with-termux/9964
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Awesome Termux Awesome

  • Termux is an Android terminal emulator and Linux environment app that works directly with no rooting or setup required. A minimal base system is installed automatically - additional packages are available using the APT package manager.

How termux is different from Linux


Termux has some extra features. You can add them by installing addons:

Termux:API Access Android and Chrome hardware features.

Termux:Boot Run scripts when your device boots.

Termux:Float Run Termux in a floating window.

Termux:Styling Have color schemes and powerline-ready fonts customize the appearance of the Termux terminal.

Termux:Task An easy way to call Termux executables from Tasker and compatible apps.

Termux:Widget Start small scriptlets from the home screen.

Shells in Termux

Customizing Termux

  • Enable Dark UI Mode in Termux Add this line to your ~/.termux/termux.properties
  • Disable Vibration/haptic feedback Add this line to your ~/.termux/termux.properties

Text Editors in Termux

  • Emacs : Extensible, customizable text editor-and more
  • joe : Wordstar like text editor
  • jupp : user friendly full screen text editor
  • Micro : Micro is a terminal-based text editor that aims to be easy to use and intuitive (notepad like keybindings crtl+c crtl+v etc.)
  • nano : nano is a small and friendly editor.
  • ne : Easy-to-use and powerful text editor
  • sed : GNU stream text editor (More useful in bash scripting)
  • Vim : Vi IMproved - enhanced vi editor
  • Neovim : Neovim is an extension of Vim: feature-parity and backwards compatibility are high priorities.
  • zile : Lightweight clone of the Emacs text editor


Package Management

Termux uses apt and dpkg for package management, similar to Ubuntu or Debian. Many quirks from Ubuntu are carried over here.

Install package(s):

Update and upgrade packages:

Remove/Uninstall Package(s):

List files 'owned' by package:

Reinstall a Package(s):

Show some info about package(s):

Search package(s):

List all packages:

List all installed packages:

  • A quick warning for root users: if you prefer to use apt over pkg - never run it as root as you will mess up file permissions and SELinux contexts so you won't be able to use it as normal user. If you did this and your environment was broken, do not ask for help - this is your own fault !

  • Read wiki to learn more

Servers & Daemons

Termux is capable of accessing remote devices by using some common tools. It is also possible to turn a device running Termux into remote controlled server.

  • FTP Server (requires busybox):

Warning: -w allows upload and don't use port below 1024 or else you may get permission denied error.


Termux Services

To install termux services, run

To then enable and run a service, run

If you only want to run it once, run

To later stop a service, run:

Or to disable it


  • ERC is an IRC client for Emacs.
  • irssi is an IRC client.
  • weechat is an IRC chat client.

Proot (Run Linux Distributions inside Termux)

  • Arch (Thanks to sdrausty)
  • Archstrike (just modifies the pacman.conf file)
  • Blackarch (just modifies the pacman.conf file)
  • Debian (Thanks to sp4rkie)
  • Fedora (Thanks to nmilosev)
  • Slackware (Thanks to gwenhael)
  • Ubuntu (Thanks to neo-oli)
  • Alpine Linux (Thanks to Hax4us)

Termux Related Stuff That might be useful

Keyboard Shortcuts

The following shortcuts are available when using Termux with a hardware (e.g. bluetooth) keyboard and also with hacker's keyboard on most devices:

  • + + → Create new session
  • + + → Rename current session
  • + + or → Next session
  • + + or → Previous session
  • + + → Open drawer
  • + + → Close drawer
  • + + → Toggle full screen
  • + + → Show menu
  • + + → Select URL
  • + + → Paste
  • + + or → Adjust text size
  • + + → Go to numbered session
  • Source Termux-Wiki

Some aliases that i use:

Root users(*use at your own risk)

  • Fix equalizer not working

  • Fix other audio related issues

  • Kill a unresponsive app

  • Show all saved wifi passwords

  • Make sure you have xmlstarlet installed if not , Works only on Android oreo maybe?Anyway Try it out!
  • List all open ports of your device
  • Even works without root/sudo on some devices
  • Get all battery & usage related stats

  • Get the list of all running processes of android

  • Enable write acess to external sdcard

  • First install magisk module named ExSDCard Access Enabler

  • Than Restart your device & paste this in termux

SDCARDNUMBER will be something like this ext1sdcard is now your sdcard with read & write permissions.


Read The FAQs here

Sours: https://github.com/T4P4N/Awesome-Termux

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