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i used a ubuntu variant mint,and it modfiy the terminal,each time i start a terminal,it given characters like belows:

 ________________________________________
( You will always have good luck in your )
( personal affairs.                      )
 ----------------------------------------
  o
   o
       ___  
     {~._.~}
      ( Y )
     ()~*~()   
     (_)-(_)   

how to remove this,it take 1/3 space of my terminal,and boring,any one could give me a hand

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Linux Mint is configured to by default run the /usr/games/fortune command when opening a terminal. To stop this from happening, edit /etc/bash.bashrc. You will need superuser permissions to do this. At the end of the file, there is a line which reads:

/usr/games/fortune

simply delete this line.

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or comment it out – Journeyman Geek Dec 5 '10 at 9:20

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