1. amr

    Shell The bourne shell prompt color

    I am using bourne shell, and I wonder how to color the shell prompt.
  2. sidetone

    Shell Share your .shrc, .kshrc or .mkshrc file segments: Bourne or Korn shell

    Share your .shrc and/or .kshrc configuration file(s) or samples. .profile can also be used to set common configurations of Bourne and Korn shells. Samples from this file intended for Bourne and Korn can be shared too. There's not as many posts about use of Bourne shells and variant Korn shells...
  3. sidetone

    Colorize your BSD shell

    Colorize your Csh or Bourne shell. Bourne shells include sh, ksh variants (Korn shells), and zsh. csh is a different kind of shell which uses a different syntax for commands. Environment Environment values can be added to your shell configuration file(s). These variables for Bourne shells can...
  4. Kova

    Shell sh prompt

    I can't seem to get my intended prompt whenever my shell is sh: PS1="^[[1;31m`pwd` #^[[0m " gives [1;31m/root #[0m and behaves like this: [1;31m/root #[0m cd /usr [1;31m/root #[0m pwd /usr [1;31m/root #[0m _ I am truly baffled. Even csh is more predictable on something similar. Especially...