How can I get the new console app for my GNOME desktop? I can’t find it in the Software app, and not via dnf either. On Fedora 36, I’m happy with gnome-terminal, just curious.
Should be in the repos:
sudo dnf info gnome-console [sudo] password for asinha: Last metadata expiration check: 2:28:47 ago on Tue 10 May 2022 14:38:26 BST. Available Packages Name : gnome-console Version : 42~beta Release : 3.fc36 Architecture : x86_64 Size : 131 k Source : gnome-console-42~beta-3.fc36.src.rpm Repository : updates Summary : Simple user-friendly terminal emulator for the GNOME desktop URL : https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/console License : GPLv3+ Description : Simple user-friendly terminal emulator for the GNOME desktop.
sudo dnf install gnome-console
Thank you. Now, what is the command to invoke it? I would like to set a keyboard shortcut, but “gnome-console” is not there.
$ sudo dnf repoquery -l gnome-console | grep bin /usr/bin/kgx
On your system, since it’s installed, you can do:
rpm -q gnome-console | grep bin
gnome-console is also placed into the applications so you can launch it from the app menu as well.
Thank you. I have now set my keyboard shortcut for a terminal to ‘kgx’ and it works!