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I am trying to customize my terminal colors on my Macbook Pro. Using the Terminal app I adjusted my preferences for background color, text, and I made changes to the ANSI colors. I also specify
export CLICOLOR=1 and
export LSCOLORS=GxFxCxDxBxegedabagacad for the ANSI colors in my
~/.bash_profile file and then source it. When I use the
ls command it lists the directories in the correct color that I wanted (blue, as seen in the picture). However, if I
cd into a directory the directory path on the command line is not one of my specified ANSI colors (it's purple, as seen in the picture). Is there something else I need to make a change to in order to change that color setting to be the same blue that is used for
ls? I do not know very much about bash and ANSI colors, so I apologize if I incorrectly used certain terminology.
Terminal Example Picture Here
ANSI Color Settings Here
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-20 at 15:33
However, if I cd into a directory the directory path on the command line is not one of my specified ANSI colors (it's purple, as seen in the picture).
The command line prompt does not care about
LSCOLORS, its look is defined by variable
PS1. To get your current
PS1 value, use:
I am learning C programming from "Learn c the hard way by Zed Shaw". He asks the learner to try and break their own code.
So I tried the following C code and thought printing more values that I gave argv will break it but it did not until later....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-30 at 09:48
A segmentation fault happens when the code try to access a memory region that is not available.
Accessing an array out of bounds doesn't means that the memory before or after the area occupied by the array is not available: The compiler or the runtime usually put all varibales or data in general in a given block of memory. If your array is the last item of such a memory block, the accessing it with a to big index will produce a Segmentaion Fault but is the array is in the middle of the memory block, you will just access memory used for other data, giving unexpected result and undefined behavior.
If the array (In may example, but valid for anything) is written, accessing available memory will not produce a segmentation fault but will overwrite something else. It may produce unexpected results or crash or segmentation fault later! This kind of bug is frequently very difficult to find because the unexpected result/behavior looks completely independent of the root cause.
I just got a Mac and I'm trying to customize my Zsh prompt with colors but I can't get colors to work. I'm not sure if its because of LS_COLORS or what.
Here's my .zshrc...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-30 at 04:46
%f act more like 'start color' and 'stop color', so they need to surround the text and operators that you want to colorize. Also, very few named colors are supported (just black, red, green, yellow, blue, magenta, cyan and white); you'll have better luck with the numeric values from the xterm column of this table.
a simple summary is in the title but to further explain:
Whenever i open my terminal (iterm2) i load into zsh but completions don't seem to work, then when i manually run
source .zshrc it does fully load. I've tried moving stuff around in my .zshrc file to see if the order of loading was incorrect but it didn't fix anything.
My .zshrc file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-11 at 10:39
You're making two mistakes in your
- If you do
source $ZSH/oh-my-zsh.sh, then you shouldn't also do
autoload -U compinit && compinit, because the former includes the latter.
plugins=( ... )should be done before doing
source $ZSH/oh-my-zsh.sh. The former does not do anything by itself.
So, change the top of your
.zshrc file to this:
I have Ubuntu installed through WSL2 and I also am using zsh as my shell with oh my zsh installed. I am trying to change the default ls colours by adding
export LSCOLORS=ExFxBxDxBxegedabagacad in my .zshrc, but it doesn't change any of the default ls colours. I made sure to source the .zshrc file and restarted my terminal as well, but it didn't do anything. In addition, the
export LSCOLORS line is below this line:
source $ZSH/oh-my-zsh.sh. Is it possible that oh my zsh is overriding the ls colors that I set?
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-26 at 16:56
LS_COLORS export in your
~.zshrc file not
oh-my-zsh.sh. So it would look something like this:
I'm using iTerm2 for my Macbook Pro and have the following in my ~/.bash_profile which worked to update the style preferences for iTerm2 before updating to zsh...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-30 at 14:44
I'm running High Sierra. I don't know if you just updated the software and still have the bash settings in your system, but if that is the case you should be able to switch back to bash if that is easier. I found this website explains it, but simply, change back to bash with:
I am receiving this issue while trying to use
notebook() in Julia (Command Line Interface REPL)
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-25 at 07:30
Finally found a solution. Much thanks to @SalchiPapa who took his time out to personally videocall me and solve the issue. Solution right now is to not run IJulia from root
What worked for me :
This should show ProcessRunning at the end.
run(path/to/jupyter notebook list) with pair of backticks inside run().
This gave me the url and token appended to it . That worked out well.
I suggest that the community help solve this issue. I have linked this answer to a Github issue here
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