I've changed ~/.bashrc file of root and my own account. The problem is (maybe because of my encypted home directory): when I log in to my normal account: no color, when I log in as root: color! But ...
I have changed PS1 variable in /etc/bash.bashrc to PS1="\n\[\033[0;37m\]\342\224\214\342\224\200\$(if [[ \$? == 0 ]]; then echo ...
In a terminal emulator like xterm my prompt looks like this: [august@macmini ~]$ but in a virtual console the string ;linux is prepended to the prompt to make it look like this: ...
I have configured a fancy two-line PS1 bash prompt, with server name, time, user name and other useful variables. PS1="\n\[\033[1;34m\]\342\226\210\342\226\210 \u @ $SERVER_NAME""$BBlue"" ...
I have an older PS1 console with a couple of games I bought some years ago. On my pc, I'm using PCSX Reloaded - the best PS1 emulators for Linux I found so far. But I'm having a little issue on ...
I did a simple PS1 assignment PS1="\e[0;31m[\W]\$ \e[m " All I wanted to do was to change the prompt color and display only the relative path. However this messes up the CLI. For example, when ...