Getting last zsh prompt

I’ve installed manjaro since more than one year, and i’d like to have the latest manjaro’s zsh prompt.
When i update manjaro, it doesn’t update the prompt. Could you give me a solution to force to update it ?
Thanks !

to default to zsh
chsh -s /usr/bin/zsh

or to switch back to bash
chsh -s /usr/bin/bash

something also helpful

Have you searched the forum a bit about it?

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This will change the login shell, I’m not sure if it’s a good idea generally so maybe it’s worth it to check one’s terminal settings and find the option to start specific program on startup and put there /bin/zsh (/bin/ is the same as /usr/bin/ nowadays)

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I think the OP is on Gnome, zsh works there with no issue as default.
For KDE Plasma indeed i would not recommend the change like that, instead use zsh to temporarily switch to it from default bash.

I am on kde, didnt’t notice issues there with zsh as login shell.

If one uses konsole, one can just create a konsole profile with zsh as shell and set that profile as default one. No need to change default shell system-wide in that case.


Exactly ! :wink: