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What does your shell look like?

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So what does your's look like?

Font's, colours, transparencys

Here's mine on my osx86 laptop

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i have moved over to aterm, here is what i run to start a new term.

aterm -sr -sl 3000 -tr -sh 20 -cr green

ill take a screenshot when i get back home.

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No need for a screen shot. White (NOT gray) on Black. I keep it simple :D

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Here are mine:

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My lappy while in gnome is white text, black background with very mild transparency. On my server it's Red text and black background. Everything else is just standard. Also, I have no need for screenshots

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$ PS1="\[33[40;37;1m\]\$ "

:voteyes:

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Seeing jabzor's post, mine now is:

PS1="root@* # "

and sometimes

PS1="*@* $ "

:D

Edited by Nagant
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default windows cmd.exe >=[ for now... expecting to jump ship fully during spring break starting the 17th =]

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PS1="[33[0;31m\]\u@\[33[0;34m\].hack//\[33[0;37m\]]$ - hehe

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shell_1.png

.bashrc:

# Colors

Black="$(tput setaf 0)"
BlackBG="$(tput setab 0)"
DarkGrey="$(tput bold ; tput setaf 0)"
LightGrey="$(tput setaf 7)"
LightGreyBG="$(tput setab 7)"
White="$(tput bold ; tput setaf 7)"
Red="$(tput setaf 1)"
RedBG="$(tput setab 1)"
LightRed="$(tput bold ; tput setaf 1)"
Green="$(tput setaf 2)"
GreenBG="$(tput setab 2)"
LightGreen="$(tput bold ; tput setaf 2)"
Brown="$(tput setaf 3)"
BrownBG="$(tput setab 3)"
Yellow="$(tput bold ; tput setaf 3)"
Blue="$(tput setaf 4)"
BlueBG="$(tput setab 4)"
LightBlue="$(tput bold ; tput setaf 4)"
Purple="$(tput setaf 5)"
PurpleBG="$(tput setab 5)"
Pink="$(tput bold ; tput setaf 5)"
Cyan="$(tput setaf 6)"
CyanBG="$(tput setab 6)"
LightCyan="$(tput bold ; tput setaf 6)"
NC="$(tput sgr0)" # No Color

# the bash:
PS1='\[$Blue\]<\[$White\]\u@\h \w\[$Blue\]>\[$White\]\$ '


# aliases:
alias ls='ls -hF --color=tty'

.Xdefaults:

XTerm*colorMode:                on
XTerm*colorBD: lightyellow
XTerm*colorUL: yellow
XTerm*colorULMode: on
XTerm*dynamicColors: off
XTerm*highlightSelection: true
XTerm*background: #000000
XTerm*foreground: #ffffff

!black
XTerm*color0: #000000
XTerm*color8: #666666
!red
XTerm*color1: #9e1828
XTerm*color9: #cf6171
!green
XTerm*color2: #aece92
XTerm*color10: #c5f779
!yellow
XTerm*color3: #968a38
XTerm*color11: #fff796
!blue
XTerm*color4: #414171
XTerm*color12: #4186be
!magenta
XTerm*color5: #96c359
XTerm*color13: #cf9ebe
!cyan
XTerm*color6: #418179
XTerm*color14: #71bebe
!white
XTerm*color7: #bebebe
XTerm*color15: #ffffff

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Not necessarily Beryl. Just some kind of *nix.

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it's both a beryl and gtk theme. this is the bit that makes the black bar bit where it says File, Edit etc

http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=44570

and the beryl theme is just one of those vista themes. i change my themes quite a lot. i'm glad i don't use vista because i probably wouldn't want to use that theme if i did, but i quite like it.

and the date, calendar and uptime bits are part of my .bashrc.

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