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Cannot change zsh prompt
For some reason I can't change my zsh prompt by typing, say, PS1="%#". I'm using the admin-suggested config on Ubuntu 11.10. Am I doing it wrong or is it a bug? Here's the content of my ~/.zshrc: # ...
Dec 24 '11 at 19:09
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