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Use asciinema to show what goes on in your terminal

Use asciinema to show what goes on in your terminal

To give better support we need to see your terminal output. This will be great if you are on ArcoLinuxD. Then we do not have a graphical interface. Asciinema is going to record what is happening in your terminal. asciinema rec Type exit to stop recording. You will get...

Add your personal aliases to fish the smart way

Add your personal aliases to fish the smart way

Since we always use skel to copy/paste the files from /etc/skel to your home directory, the config.fish is overwritten every time. We have included the following lines to the config.fish. There are more possibilities. # Aliasesif [ -f $HOME/.config/fish/alias.fish...

Add your personal aliases to zsh the smart way

Add your personal aliases to zsh the smart way

Since we always use skel to copy/paste the files from /etc/skel to your home directory, the .zshrc is overwritten every time. We have included the following lines to the .bashrc. [[ -f ~/.zshrc-personal ]] && . ~/.zshrc-personal If you create a file on your...

Add your personal aliases to bashrc the smart way

Add your personal aliases to bashrc the smart way

Since we always use skel to copy/paste the files from /etc/skel to your home directory, the bashrc is overwritten every time. We have now included the following lines to the .bashrc. [[ -f ~/.bashrc-personal ]] && . ~/.bashrc-personal If you create a file on...