Open up a terminal emulator such as iTerm and ensure you are at your home directory with the command:
The terminal should show that you are in /Users/$yourusername. If it doesn't, enter the command:
This will change directories to your home directory.
Edit the File
Your .vimrc file is where your Vim configurations are stored. As you use Vim, you will start to have more custom configuration in your .vimrc file. I keep a copy of my complex .vimrc on my GitHub, but in general, when you are using Vim on a remote host, unless you are an authorized user, you won't have a custom .vimrc so it's important to be familiar with basic behavior.
In the terminal, enter the command:
set number syntax on set wrapmargin=8 set tabstop=4 set autoindent
Byobu is a Japanese term for decorative, multi-panel screens that serve
as folding room dividers. As an open source software project, Byobu is
an elegant enhancement of the otherwise functional, plain, practical GNU Screen.
Byobu includes an enhanced profile, configuration utilities, and system
status notifications for the GNU screen window manager as well as the Tmux terminal multiplexer. Byobu is developed and released as free software under the GPLv3.
Install in Fedora 22 32bit :dnf install byobu the final result :
Byobu is a configuration layer on top of GNU Screen. As such, all of GNU Screen's keybindings work in Byobu exactly as in Screen.
Moreover, Byobu provides a comprehensive, advanced set of commands bound to the F-keys on most keyboards.
Create a new window F3
Move to the previous window F4
Move to the next window F5
Refresh all status notifications F6
Detach from the session and logout Shift-F6
Detach from the session, but do not logout F7