Hello, new ArchLabs user and absolutely loving this on i3! Does anyone know how to disable the neofetch/screenfetch like script that executes when a new terminal is opened? This seems like a nice touch to Openbox, but is a little much when launching and tiling several windows within i3. Thanks in advance!
Remove the entry from your bash/zshrc called “al-info”.
Next time you start the terminal it will be gone :).
That did it, thank you sir!
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Hi, i remove the line ´´al-info´´ but still appears
Show me your bashrc or zshrc.
#!/bin/bash # catch non-bash and non-interactive shells [[ $- == *i* && $BASH_VERSION ]] && SHELL=/bin/bash || return 0 # set some defaults export MANWIDTH=100 export HISTSIZE=10000 export HISTIGNORE="q:f:v" # colors in less (manpager) export LESS_TERMCAP_mb=$'\e[01;31m' export LESS_TERMCAP_md=$'\e[01;31m' export LESS_TERMCAP_me=$'\e[0m' export LESS_TERMCAP_se=$'\e[0m' export LESS_TERMCAP_so=$'\e[01;44;33m' export LESS_TERMCAP_ue=$'\e[0m' export LESS_TERMCAP_us=$'\e[01;32m' # ensure ~/bin is on the path [[ $PATH =~ ~/bin ]] || PATH=~/bin:$PATH set -o vi set -o notify shopt -s direxpand shopt -s checkhash shopt -s sourcepath shopt -s expand_aliases shopt -s autocd cdspell shopt -s extglob dotglob shopt -s no_empty_cmd_completion shopt -s autocd cdable_vars cdspell shopt -s cmdhist histappend histreedit histverify [[ $DISPLAY ]] && shopt -s checkwinsize # prompt if file sourcing below fails PS1='[\u@\h \W]\$ ' # uncomment these lines to disable the multi-line prompt # add user@host, and remove the unicode line-wrap characters # export PROMPT_LNBR1='' # export PROMPT_MULTILINE='' # export PROMPT_USERFMT='\u\[\e[0m\]@\[\e[31m\]\h ' # source shell configs for f in "$HOME/.bash/"*?.bash; do . "$f" done al-info
Alrighty, at the very bottom there remove
al-info and you should be good to go.
P.S. please use code tags when posting stuff like that.
ok sorry and thank you
No need to apologise Just was a reminder.
after logout the script keeps coming… i can live with that
If you reboot, what it does.
Are you using bash or zsh? If you are using zsh you will need to removed
al-info from the zshrc as well.
im using Bash
i will try it
Sometimes it takes effects only after reboots, might not do anything, but never know.
once you remove
al-info from .bashrc it shouldn’t show again.
after rebooting the system the script persists
Well , it must be on zhs I guess.( was it removed , zhs I mean)
You can’t have deleted
al-info from .bashrc.
I did it just now on my test laptop and it worked.