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Hi, I will show you how to personalize your Linux terminal like that: From: to: PS1 So this method don't use any package to install, because what we are gonna use is ".bashrc" on the path "~/". If when you are in the path "~/" but you don't see him when you do a "ls" than't normal, do "ls -la" to order and see hided files. So now it depends on if you have GUI or not: -if you have a GUI type "sudo gedit .bashrc" -else type : "sudo nano .bashrc" (you can use vim or mg) go to this line : So the line which interest us is the "PS1="...."" Now all u have to do is modifying yourself the value of the variable PS1 (if u don't know bash coding : [Hidden Content] ) Leave a like
Hi, I will show you how to personalize you Linux terminal: Figlet i'll show you "Figlet" / More info [Hidden Content] Figlet transform text into large letters : (we will use it to say a message at the launch of the terminal) to install write : sudo apt install figlet then go to the .bashrc file write : cd ~ sudo gedit .bashrc OR #if you have leafpad sudo leafpad .bashrc then go to the end of the file and write "figlet YOURTEXT": (replace "Kali Linux" by your text) here is all the font-style that you can use with figlet :[Hidden Content]examples.html write "figlet TEXT -f alligator" to write TEXT with the alligator font Leave a like
Hi, I will show you how to personalize you Linux terminal: Fish i'll show you "Fish" / More info [Hidden Content] How to install ? write : sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get full-ugrade -Y sudo apt-get install fish then write "fish" to launch the fish interface. If you want to make him as "default" : write : cd ~ sudo gedit .bashrc OR #if you have leafpad sudo leafpad .bashrc then go to the end of the file and write "fish" like this: (then save the file) [Hidden Content] It will launch Fish instantly after you open the terminal Leave a like