How do I paste in Ubuntu? On Ubuntu and many other Linux distributions, you can use Ctrl+Insert or Ctrl+shift+C for copying text and Shift+Insert or Ctrl+shift+V for pasting text in the terminal. The copy pasting also works for the external sources.
How do you paste in Linux terminal? If you just want to copy a piece of text in the terminal, all you need to do is highlight it with your mouse, then press Ctrl + Shift + C to copy. To paste it where the cursor is, use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Shift + V .
How do I paste in Ubuntu windows?
- ctrl + shift + v.
- right click to paste.
How do you copy lines in Ubuntu terminal? On Ubuntu and other Linux distributions, you have to use CTRL + SHIFT + C combination of keys to copy text from a terminal or a text editor. To copy a text or line of code from the browser, you can use the generic CTRL + C combination or CTRL + SHIFT + C.