September 9, 2020, 8:40am
Hey guys, I’ve installed Manjaro 20 gnome for over 3 months on my routine computer for better performance, mostly for GUI use. And recently, I installed the same distribution (with a different version) on my old laptop, while its terminal looks way much pretty, the codes are colored and make it easy to read.
How can I make the terminal on my routine computer to have colored codes?
The new Gnome install is now using
zsh instead of
bash as default.
You will have to run:
chsh -s /bin/zsh
to change to the new look on your old install.
Also have a look here
There were some requests to make a powerline prompt for manjaro-zsh-config some years ago. I made one, but I didn’t have time to upload it before my computer broke. However, I found that powerline 10k is better anyway. More features, better performance and more customization.
Powerline would be enabled only for terminals and disabled for TTY for compatibility reasons.
Should we enable powerline prompt?
My terminal used to have ben@Yoga13ManjaroGnome >>>
but now it only shows as Yoga13ManjaroGnome% and I’m not sure what happened. I would like it to look like what the ranger file manager shows with my username. I am using the gnome-terminal-fedora package from official repos.
September 10, 2020, 3:11am
Thanks, it’s a great help
September 13, 2020, 3:11am
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