I’m new to manjaro, I realized that in the terminal there is autocomplete activated, then I installed tilix but there is also autocomplete there. I would like to know if there is a way to disable it, thanks.
I’m not familar with tilix, but autocomplete is a function of the shell that is run inside the terminal. The default shell is bash. The package is
bash-completion. It is sourced at the end of the file
/etc/bash.bashrc. Comment the line or uninstall the package as you see fit.
Bash has been the default but these days - depending on your chosen environment - the default shell could be zsh.
Editions which uses zsh as default shell is
Had no idea. Good to know. Thanks.
I just figured
bash was the default and other shells were user post-install options. That sort of info isn’t documented at distrowatch. I did do a google search,
"site:manjaro.org zsh -forum -discover -list, and it doesn’t seem to be documented at Manjaro either.
I see there is a
zsh-completion in the repo. It seems to have similar startup files.
If you installed a recent version of GNOME, the default shell is
zsh. If that’s the case, your prompt will look something like this:
instead of this:
If that’s the case, then you’re possibly referring to auto-suggestions provided by
zsh-autosuggestions. You can just uninstall that if you don’t want it.
Suggestions appear as you type, completions do not appear unless you press Tab to see them.
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