Terminal Customization

How can I customize terminal window to make it "completely clean".5

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If you want to remove the theme you have to remove

source /usr/share/zsh-theme-powerlevel10k/powerlevel10k.zsh-theme

from ~/.zshrc, same goes for pfetch, remove pfetch from the file

You can however also run p10k configure and set the theme as you wish, its very customizable :slight_smile:

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Yeah, I like it :slight_smile:

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any terminal command to remove it?

either "p10k configure" to customize it as you wish or "micro ~/.zshrc" and "Ctrl + Q" to close then "y" to save. Easy as that :smiley:

thanks for reply. It works for me.

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Do # in front of source in .zshrc,

# Activate powerlevel10k theme
source /usr/share/zsh-theme-powerlevel10k/powerlevel10k.zsh-theme

If somebody search for this :wink:

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but the issue is that each time I open the terminal it is showing the detalis like this image but I need it neat and clean from beginning.6

Well if you mean the Tux image, thats the already mentioned "pfetch" line in ~/.zshrc.
As for the text, select (2) quiet mode when doing the p10k configure

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After editing the .zshrc do

source ~/.zshrc

in terminal

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Thanks you very much. :partying_face:

Thank you. It was a problem for me. I had to put a clear command at the beginning of the /.zshrc Haha :kissing_heart:

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Welcome @nabilps5 to the forums :wave:

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