manjaro-zsh-config is installed and yes, I know, I can just change the shell in each terminal I am using but I used chsh and that means that other tty:s also get the zsh shell, but the zsh config does not work very well in tty shell.
This is more of a “I want to learn how this is done” kinda thing.
On my KDE install all of this was already set. Terminals have zsh and tty:s have bash.
I have tried to find something that could affect this by looking and comparing /etc/profile on my KDE and the xfce install because that is where I assume this is set, but I see no difference in them that could affect this.
But that is beside the point.
I’m looking for the config that makes it work like in KDE.
All my different terminals on my desktop is zsh (and I have only installed new terminals, never changed anything regarding to shell in them, they all just get zsh)
TTY:s are bash
Maybe it is just possible in KDE and I HAVE to set it in the terminals?
This is so stupidly simple it actually works!!
I LOVE these kinds of solutions but I find it unlikely that is how KDE does it, but fk it.
The solution is so brilliant I have to select it and close the thread.