If you are on Windows and you want to use Windows Terminal, Multipass can integrate with it to offer you an automatic
Currently, Multipass can add a profile to Windows Terminal for the primary instance. When you open a Windows Terminal tab with this profile, the primary instance is automatically shelled into. Multipass automatically starts it or launches it if necessary.
Open a terminal (Windows Terminal or any other) and enable the integration with the following command:
multipass set client.apps.windows-terminal.profiles=primary
The setting is documented here for more info. Until you modify it, Multipass will try to add the profile if it finds it missing. To remove the profile see [below].
You can now open a “Multipass” tab to get a shell in the primary instance. That can be achieved by clicking the new-tab drop-down and selecting the Multipass profile:
If you want to disable the profile again, you can do so with:
multipass set client.apps.windows-terminal.profiles=none
Multipass will then remove the profile if it exists.