(torte is one of Vim’s default colorschemes, meaning this scheme is preinstalled with Vim. You can find a listing of default colorschemes here.)
Here is the thing, apparently Fedora comes with a minimal install of Vim, which is very close to Vi. If you want to mess around with color schemes you have to install vim-enchanced. And how does one install vim-enhanced? By typing:
su -c “dnf install -y vim-enhanced”
When it asks for password, it is asking for your root password.
After installation is completed, open Vim and then type the following command:
The colorscheme will be set to torte!