I often use the subshell of mc. So I want the promt of mc-subsell to be different form the primary shell. Say, how can I change the sub-prompt like this: mc:$Current_dir$ many thanks
I'm currently on a Linux machine and the shell prompt is showing me the last return value and number of executed commands (picture included, with these numbers shown in purple). My own computer ...
How can I find out to which filepath (or alias) a certain command input will point to, in the Windows command prompt? Specifically Windows XP, info on other versions also appreciated! On Unix systems ...
Is there a way to change the prompt on a different directories on the same machine? For example, I want a simple prompt "[\W] \$" in development directories. Ideas?
I've seen on a few screencasts a while back where someone had a lightning bolt instead of $ on the bash prompt. Does anyone know how to do this?
I'd like to use the \w variable in .bashrc, but I want the prompt to highlight the current end-directory. Something like this: /usr/local/<strong>bin</strong> How can I do that?
The UNIX prompt uses a $ symbol to indicate that your input is expected. I was wondering why this symbol was chosen -- if there is a reason. Dollar just seems a little unexpected. A > would have been ...