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3. Bash customizations
Bash (Bourne-again shell) is the most popular shell program and comes preinstalled on many Unix-based operating systems. It may not be the most customizable shell available, but it does support prompt customizations using color codes and escape sequences.
In case you are using this shell and want to save some of the settings provided in this post, you can write them to your local
.bashrc file so that they are executed before the interactive shell is launched.
Bash uses a variable named PS1 to store the prompt code. This value is readen every time it needs to be written again, in order to maintain its output updated. Therefore, you can override the default prompt by setting a new string to PS1.
For bash, I usually like to have a clean prompt with some coloring, only showing the current relative directory. Here is my personal configuration:
But, if you prefer, you can create some more complex prompts as well:
Powerline like bash prompt
In case you installed a patched font as described before, now you’ll be able to use any kind of symbols for building your prompt. These fonts include many powerline symbols that allow you to fully customize your terminal without having to install any external plugin.
You can search for custom glyphs here:
You can even make it look like you are using Zsh with Powerlevel10k installed, just by tweaking the PS1 variable!
In case you want to create your own personalized prompt below you’ll find all the color codes and some of the most used escape sequences to build it.
Common prompt escape sequencesView the complete list
Bash completion is a functionality through which bash helps users type their commands faster and easier. It accomplishes that by presenting possible options when users press the tab key while typing a command.
Once you have it installed, you can enable it by adding the following lines to your
3.3.Enable Globstar **
shopt -s globstar
Globstar option enables the
** pattern, which works pretty similar to the single * but in a recursive way, so it can look in all directories and subdirectories for matches.
*is used in a pathname expansion context, two adjacent *s
**used as a single pattern will match all files and zero or more directories and subdirectories. If followed by a
/, two adjacent *s will match only directories and subdirectories.
Exactly as they define it in their github repository: