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  1. Spity

    bracketed-paste

    I'm on FreeBSD 13, and I don't know how to disable "bracketed paste". I already tried with inputrc (set enable-bracketed-paste off) and it does not work. I switched to zsh and it is still there, active.
  2. I

    jails How do I "setenv PATH" in a jail, preferably using zsh?

    If I execute the command: setenv PATH "/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/root/bin:/root/.cargo/bin" after going into the jail by "jexec 1", it would work. However, I'd like to make it sticky. I tried many ways but nothing works. Further, preferably, I'd like to do...
  3. fel1x

    Solved can we say that FreeBSD adopts newest technology?

    Well, I know FreeBSD developers are trying integrate OpenZFS into FreeBSD. So we can say FreeBSD adopts new technologies. But there are old ones like the shells in the base system are only sh, csh, and tcsh. I know FreeBSD can't adopt fish and bash because of GPL license. However, zsh and ksh...
  4. Deckard

    graphics issues with my terminal emulator

    Hello there, I'm writing this topic because I didn't find the answer about my issue. I'm currently running FreeBSD 12.0, I'm using dwm as window manager (and assistant to the regional manager) and my favorite shell is ZSH. I'm using ZSH at work, on my Linux PC, Solus Linux to be precise, and it...
  5. z3R0

    FreeBSD 12 zsh config not generated on install

    Hi, I installed zsh on FreeBSD 12 but it doesn’t run the usual script that generates that default config files (.zshrc .zshenv .zprofile etc...) This is a clean install (no previous config files) I’ve tried installing from ports with make as well as using pkg. How can I generate the config...
  6. NapoleonWils0n

    zsh syntax highlighting

    Install the zsh shell and zsh syntax highlighting This will enable Fish shell like syntax highlighting for Zsh # pkg install zsh zsh-syntax-highlighting If you type ls - and then tab zsh will show you all the options for the ls command, and colour code the output to make it easier to scan...
  7. vermaden

    HOWTO: Ghost in the Shell - Part 2

    I would like to share HOWTO in Ghost in the Shell series about efficient working in the UNIX shell environment. Ghost in the Shell - Part 2 https://vermaden.wordpress.com/2018/07/08/ghost-in-the-shell-part-2/
  8. poorandunlucky

    Solved zsh - caveats?

    So I'm reading the zsh introductory documentation here, and I'm wondering why it's not included in the base FreeBSD distribution, like, why it's not already on my system... It seems way awesomer, way cleaner, and overall, much better than tcsh... But maybe it's not... And maybe you can tell...
  9. D

    Shell Share your .zshrc file

    I like the way how tcsh works, but it is outdated a little bit (only 1 update since 2012), also some nice features are available in zsh, like suggesting flags and other completions for cli and not only cli apps… But some of its features are distracting and annoying IMHO. I didn't find any...
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