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Terminal creates login shells by default. If you run bash from a login shell, that creates a non-login shell. Sub-shells are non-login shells by default. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook.
Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name. This screen shot may be helpful to refer to:. In this case you are looking to change the black ANSI color for a specific profile to something with a bit more contrast, maybe a shade of grey will do or similar.
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Sometimes my prompt turns into this:. How do I change the color of the username only? Name required.
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This is because Powerline uses various icons and fonts that are not available by default. So we need to install the fonts. To install Powerline fonts, simply go to https: It will look like below.
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Simply double-click on the. This will add a regular and an Italic version of the Meslo font. All we need to do is to set our Meslo dotted font for this theme and we are done! In order to display various Git status at the prompt, we need to install powerline-gitstatus.
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It is a simple add-on to Powerline and adds multiple colors and Themes to display various git status information. As mentioned in the powerline-gitstatus readme. Here is my color schemes default.
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Save the file and run the following: At this point, we are all done! If you open the Terminal, and navigate to any git repo, and play around, it should look like the following. Here is how it looks in Solarized-Light Theme:. Here is how it looks in Cobalt2 Theme:.