How To Install And Use On-Screen Keyboard In Linux Mint / Ubuntu

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Here’s how to install and use on-screen keyboard in Linux Mint / Ubuntu:

1. Issue the following command at the terminal to ensure that ‘onboard’ is installed in your Linux Mint / Ubuntu system –

sudo apt-get install onboard

Installing on-screen keyboard in Linux Mint / Ubuntu

2. After the installation is complete, issue the following command at the terminal to start the on-screen keyboard –

onboard

starting on-screen keyboard in Linux Mint / Ubuntu

on-screen keyboard in Linux Mint / Ubuntu

3. Click the blue area to access the numpad –

on-screen keyboard in Linux Mint / Ubuntu - numpad

4. Click on violet area to access the function keys –

on-screen keyboard in Linux Mint / Ubuntu - function keys

5. Click on the grey area to return back to the alphanumeric keys –

on-screen keyboard in Linux Mint / Ubuntu - alphanumeric keys

 

  1. anybody says:

    Thanks done, but after the last command “onboard” terminal does not go to prompt. how to return to terminal prompt?