Quite a lot of time, we are spending most of the time on Browsers and during this time, leaving the browser just to do some ls or some command for quickly checking something does not look productive and here is where butterfly is useful.
Just install butterfly with:
pip install butterfly
and then head over to :
and voila you have a terminal in your browser.
I was searching for something in the Fedora repos and found a really good terminal, sakura. Its very much like Gnome-terminal. I did not find much difference other than using less memory.
and the details of the package:
Name : sakura
Arch : i686
Version : 2.3.8
Release : 1.fc14
Size : 137 k
Repo : installed
From repo : fedora
Summary : Terminal emulator based on GTK and VTE
URL : http://pleyades.net/david/sakura.php
License : GPLv2
Description : Sakura is a terminal emulator based on GTK and VTE. It’s a terminal emulator
: with few dependencies, so you don’t need a full GNOME desktop installed to
: have a decent terminal emulator.
I was actually looking for this for quite sometime. Some years back in my bashrc was the proper setting for setting the terminal title when I did a cd, and I had completely forgotten how to do it. So today I searched quite a few commands the environment variables for doing the same and found it again.
Here it is (Just put this in your bashrc or bash_profile):
export PROMPT_COMMAND=\’echo -ne \”\\033]0;`pwd`\”; echo -ne \”\\007\”\’
[Edit] I just tried this with eterm and gnome-terminal and it works on both.