Cant see [email protected] in terminal

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Hi ! I have a small problem with the terminal. Before, when I launched the terminal, I had something like: [email protected] ->
After trying to install a qtile environment I only got : ~/path >>
Do you know how i can fix this?

Try resetting Starship from Garuda Assistant.


I tried but it doesn't change anything. I also tried to reset fish and bash config but nothing.

What is in your Starship config?

cat ~/.config/starship.toml

If you use qtile, post from qtile your garuda-inxi, not from cinnamon. Please.
BTW. You install qtile or garuda-qtile on top of cinnamon?
You try or you did installation?
It's all quite confusing, or is it just me.

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that's the content

disabled = true

success_symbol = "[๏˜ฝ](bold green)"
error_symbol = "[โœ—](bold red)"

format = "[$environment](bold green)"
ignore_base = false

truncation_length = 3
truncation_symbol = "โ€ฆ/"

symbol = "๐ŸŒฑ "
truncation_length = 4

commit_hash_length = 4
tag_symbol = "๐Ÿ”– "

conflicted = "="
ahead = "โ‡ก"
behind = "โ‡ฃ"
diverged = "โ‡•"
up_to_date = "โœ“"
untracked = "?"
stashed = "$"
modified = "!"
staged = "+"
renamed = "ยป"
deleted = "โœ˜"

# [username]
# style_user = "white bold"
# style_root = "black bold"
# format = "[$user](bold green) "
# disabled = false
# show_always = true

# [hostname]
# ssh_only = false
# format = "[$ssh_symbol](bold green)@[$hostname](bold green) "
# disabled = false```

I tried to add an qtile env with pacman -S qtile, not with garuda qtile. I couldn't even get it to work :skull:

format = " [โ•ญโ”€$user]($style)@"
style_user = "cyan"
style_root = "red"
show_always = true

Or Remove the #


cp /etc/skel/.config/starship.toml  ~/.config/

Yeah it's working ! I also found the default config on github. It's amazing how much you can customize on linux. I don't regret using it.
Thank you very much for all of your responses

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