Bash profile problem????'s
After loading and installing Gentoo 2.4.20r6 I get what seems like a generic command line..
Now if I:
After a reboot and I log in as my local usr, KDE loads and I open a shell.
The shell always has the generic line of:
No matter where I'm at in the directory Tree.
If I "su" its the same thing but ofcourse the "$" is replaced with the "#" sign.
This didn't really bother me at first until I noticed that I was always having to "pwd" to figure out which directory I was in.. Kindof annoying.
I get a nice colorful new prompt deadmeat jbanks # of which I was used to see'ing all the time before going to Gentoo distro. So now I have "machine name" + "current directory" for the shell command prompt.
I'm not sure what I need to do, or where. I'm pretty sure that I need to make a change to the script thats read at bootup that sets up the users profile but I forgot which script, where, and what modifications need to be removed or changed to get "what I thought was normal", back to what I consider normal.