So I created a new user and found that Paleofetch doesn't automatically start with the terminal?
How do I start it?
I tried opening ~/.bashrc in nano with Sudo privileges and writing in "paleofetch" in there, but that didn't work!
If you use fish, you should configure it (config.fish) according to this post:
Do not use sudo in your ~/ directories.
find $HOME ! -user $USER -type f
remove root with
sudo chown -R $USER: $HOME
Second, give micro a try
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