I did a reinstall of Manjaro a few days ago. I have a separate partition for the home folder so I only reinstalled the system and then configured the separate partition as my home folder again. This went smoothly for almost everything except the terminal.
I used to have something like [username@machine ~] and several colors and the terminal would indicate in which folder I was.
I’ve followed the steps in this topic, but this has not solved the problem. By why of troubleshooting I’ve also deleted my .config folder just to check. But that also didn’t solve the problem. I’ve made a separate test user, in which de default manjaro configs are present.
install manjaro-zsh-config and paste this in your ~/.zshrc:
# Use powerline
# Source manjaro-zsh-configuration
if [[ -e /usr/share/zsh/manjaro-zsh-config ]]; then
# Use manjaro zsh prompt
if [[ -e /usr/share/zsh/manjaro-zsh-prompt ]]; then
And I also did:
default setting is in /etc/skel /etc/skel/.zshrc
copy that to your HOME and you should have restored what Manjaro came with
if you have manjaro-zsh-config
I mean that currently I can’t see which directory I’m in. I can’t use the delete button because I get ~. I don’t see any colours indicating differences in text. In short: a lot of basics are not present.