i delete the line, save the file and logout/reboot system
You don’t need to reboot. Just close and reopen your terminal.
Ah , faster shortcut !
i did that in the first place, thank you anyway
Has it worked?
I’ll have to live with it
Are you sure you are using bash? Not zsh, fish or mksh?
positive, im using Bash
I’m lost then
I would look if zhs s still installed, never know.
well is not installed ;/
Could you have changed permissions? With
ls -l .bashrc you can see the specifics of that file; or you are simply saving the changes for another user
Hi, its fixed now
Aweome! Please edit your last post with the solution and mark it as such by way of toolbar --> box w/ check mark
for some reason geany did not keep my changes, I used nano and solved by removing al-info line in .bashrc
Cool, using nano also on my end, too used to it I guess.