Customize Your Terminal With Oh My Zsho

If you think your terminal has boring, unattractive and monotonous style. Like like this:

You may consider upgrading See Something vibrant and colorful from your terminal.

oh my zsho

Oh My Zsh is “an open source, community driven framework for managing your Zsh configuration.” Source

Oh My Zsh comes with a ton of custom themes that you can incorporate into your terminal, as well as 275+ plugins such as the “git” plugin (which comes preinstalled) that you can use to differentiate your terminal experience. can. Oh My Zsh comes with a vibrant open-source community where you can post issues. He even has his own T-shirt! cold!
link to their github

how to get started

To start, you need to make sure you have zsh installed, to make sure you have zsh To install you can simply run:

$ zsh --version
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in your terminal. If you get a version number back, great! If not you can run:

$ apt install zsh
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Assuming your running Ubuntu, the process may differ depending on the distro you have installed on your system.

now that you have zsh set up, set up Oh My Zsh you can run:
(with curls)

sh -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ohmyzsh/ohmyzsh/master/tools/install.sh)"
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(with wget)

sh -c "$(wget -O- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ohmyzsh/ohmyzsh/master/tools/install.sh)"
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(with fetch)

sh -c "$(fetch -o - https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ohmyzsh/ohmyzsh/master/tools/install.sh)"
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Once you have installed Oh My Zsh, you may need to restart/reopen your terminal for the changes to take effect.

Customizing Your Terminal

Oh My Zsh has a link on Github with a list of themes with which you can customize your terminal. Here
As soon as you find a theme you like, you just need to edit your .zshrc file to make any changes.
For example, if you wanted agnoster theme:
agnoster theme
you will need to edit .zshrc file, use any text editor of your choice. (However, only real programmers use vim,
ZSHRC file
Change the quotation in ZSH_THEME to agnosterOr whatever topic you like!
After you change the theme, save the file, and you may need to restart/reopen your terminal for the changes to take effect.
theme
What a nice looking terminal!

Hope this helped you, and made your terminal more attractive! I

(cover photo and agnoster oh my zsh photo from github)

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