Are you tired of the old Terminal or when you hear the word Terminal, do you get a shiver down your spine? If so, then here I am with a solution to your problem. The solution is called Final Term.
What is Final Term?
Final Term, for the uninitiated, is a high performance terminal emulator. Final Terms is capable of making you forget the fear of using the Terminal.
Final Term has among its functionalities the completion of the command in an intelligent way and also a good rendering of the repositioning of the text after resizing the work window. Then follow all the classic features of what is the official terminal of your Fedora GNU / Linux distro
Final Term is available for the latest Fedora Gnu / Linux releases, thanks to the CORP repository, which makes its installation much easier than usual.
Final Term installation on Fedora
To install Final Term, you will still need the old Terminal, which you want to replace, then you will need the usual dedicated commands. Then, once the Terminal is started, use the commands dedicated to your Fedora release.
Final Term on Fedora 19 (32 bit and 64 bit)
$ su wget -O /etc/yum.repos.d/mattdm-finalterm-fedora-19.repo $ su yum update $ su yum install finalterm
Final Term on Fedora 20 (32 bit and 64 bit)
$ su wget -O /etc/yum.repos.d/mattdm-finalterm-fedora-20.repo $ su yum update $ su yum install finalterm
Final Term on Fedora 21 (32 bit and 64 bit)
$ su wget -O /etc/yum.repos.d/mattdm-finalterm-fedora-rawhide.repo $ su yum update $ su yum install finalterm
Remove Final Term from Fedora
To remove Final Term, you will always need the old Terminal and the identical command for all Fedora releases presented in the guide.
So once you start the Terminal, you need to use this command:
$ su yum rimuovere finalterm For the moment this is all from the Fedora world, don't hesitate to contact us with any problem or to let us know about your experience with this tool. I hope that your life will be easier from today and I hope that the term Terminal will no longer scare you.