Does cut & paste work in terminal? As in ctrl+c and ctrl+v?
In Ubuntu and Linux in general you have several ways of copying and pasting.
For apps not related to a terminal environment you can simply do the following:
CTRL+C - Copy
CTRL+V - Paste CTRL+X - Cut (Not available in Terminal by default)
On the terminal you simply add SHIFT to this shortcuts, like this:
RIGHT SHIFT+RIGHT CTRL+C - Copy
RIGHT SHIFT+RIGHT CTRL+V - Paste
The difference is that you need to use the Right keys.
Additional to this, if you have mouse support, this includes a quicker way to copy and paste information. by simply highlighting a text you are actually copying to a special clipboard that holds the last highlighted text you have selected. To paste this text, either on a non-terminal app or even inside the terminal you can simply click on the middle mouse button. This will paste the last text you have highlighted with your mouse.
RIGHTisn't necessary, just Ctrl+Shift+C and Ctrl+Shift+V will work.– MendhakFeb 1, 2014 at 21:02
If you use other languages the default shortcuts change to the right only. In English it works on both sides. Feb 1, 2014 at 22:42
For pasting in the terminal you have to use Ctrl+Shift+V, and for copying, Ctrl+Shift+C.
Ctr + c is used to terminated a program (sending kill signal to current process). I think that there's a way to change that. Google is your friend to find how.
You can also use Ctrl+Ins for copy and Shift+Ins for paste