I can print my current working dir like this myPrompt$ pwd /Users/me/myDir I want my shell to look like this /Users/me/myDir$ pwd /Users/me/myDir Is that possible? How can I do it?
Does somebody know, why I get -ne (probably param from echo from section of setting PROMPT_COMMAND line 23) after I switch to root? Here is my /etc/bashrc. Bash 3.2.51, OS X 10.9 ...
How do I make the Xterm window title switch between the current running command and the current path?
I want to set the Xterm window title to switch between two states: When a command is running, show the command name (e.g. "less") When no command is running, show the current path (e.g. "src") I ...
I'm using Mac OS Snow Leopard (v10.6.8). I've changed the account name under System Preferences > System > Accounts > Full Name. However, that does not change the username on the terminal ...
What I get: host:~ user$ cat example.txt some texthost:~ stas$ What I want to get: host:~ user$ cat example.txt some text host:~ stas$ Is there a way I can make cat behave like this? I'm using ...
Right now in my MacOS X terminal I have MyComputer:~ me$ before all the commands. In some videos I saw they have just $ - that's much less clutter, how is it done?