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New Era of Terminals: Warp with AI Support Comes to Linux ARM

Wrap brings one after another good news for Linux users in 2024. On February 22, Wrap announced its availability on Linux, and recently, it added AI support to the ARM-based Linux system.

This rust-based terminal has come with AI facilities for Linux distros like Ubuntu, Fedora, Arch Linux, or Red Hat. Additionally, it will get continuous improvements for sure. Right now, it is available for Linux on ARM-based platforms.

This initiative surely enhances its reach more broadly. Here, you will find packages like .deb, AppImage, .rpm, and .tar.gz for Linux distros. So, the compatibility is quite impressive, and more are on the way. 

Also, its newly added AI facilities like AI command suggestions, AI auto-fill, IDE-like editing, etc, will give the users a blissful experience. At the same time, users will be able to enjoy Warp Drive’s cloud-powered features, custom theme support, and many more.

If you already know about this terminal, then you will love to hear that it will be on many other platforms soon. Windows users may have to wait some more for warp. Right now, you can enjoy it only on your Linux devices.

When it will be available, SBCs, Chromebooks, and future devices with the upcoming Snapdragon X series of processors will benefit from this new addition. However, this app can also handle commands and terminal functions on MacOS. Also, the rookie developers will thank the warp team for giving such an edge to this terminal emulator.

For ARM users, Wrap is currently offering an experience that is pretty much identical to its Mac counterpart. Built entirely in Rust with GPU-rendered graphics, Warp is optimized for speed and performance. So, you’ll find it works pretty fast.

Apparently, it supports zsh, bash, and fish shells to ensure compatibility with existing setups. So, Linux users can use it no matter what type of shell setup they are using. This one is like a new essence for Linux users as they do not have a lot of terminal options like MacOS and Windows users.

However, Warp’s input behaves like a simple text editor, featuring mouse support, completions, syntax highlighting, and multi-cursor functionality. Here, the executed commands are grouped into atomic Blocks for easier navigation, filtering, and sharing. These features simply make it a superior alternative to standard terminals.

You’ll also love to know that Wrap comes with some unique features that Lixus users have never had in any other terminal before. It has built modern editing functions, Warp AI, and Warp Drive. Indeed, for executing and editing commands, it’s even more powerful than most of its competitors.

Finally, what do you think about Wrap? If you are still confused about whether to use it or not, I have good news for you. After it was launched on 22 February this year, developers and engineers used it at full speed. 

Now, guess what they’re thinking! Happy to say that they really love it. Wrap terminal has become a more comfortable place for many of them. So, what makes you stay still? Try this right now to explore something better.

Mehedi Hasan
Mehedi Hasan
Mehedi Hasan is a passionate enthusiast for technology. He admires all things tech and loves to help others understand the fundamentals of Linux, servers, networking, and computer security in an understandable way without overwhelming beginners. His articles are carefully crafted with this goal in mind - making complex topics more accessible.


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