How to Color Code Your Terminal in Gnome Shell 3.x

Posted by Jonquil on Nov 4, 2011 7:01 AM EDT
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In this article I will tell you how to color code terminal in Gnome Shell 3.x, effectively making long lists of files easier to read.

Ever wished you had a color coded terminal like this?



It’s quite easy to do in Gnome Shell 3.x. First, open your home directory. Then press Ctrl + H to see your hidden files. Find the .bashrc file and open it. Add this command:

PS1=’${debian_chroot:+($debian_chroot)}[33[0;32m]u@h[33[00m]:[33[01;34m]w[33[00m]$ β€˜

Save it and close out. Log out and log back in. You should now have a color coded terminal like the one above.

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