Bash is cool, but have you tried Zsh? ohmyzsh, bruh!
Linux Server Install: Part 5
Don’t be shocked with this one and setup a Static IP, bruh.
This is more of a “Quality of Life” issue, but here’s how I setup Zsh.
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install -y zsh
I also install additional fonts for use with Zsh, you can use the
apt command to install the
fonts-powerline package, which provides a collection of
sudo apt-get install -y powerline fonts-powerline
Once the package is installed, you should be able to select the
powerline fonts from your terminal emulator’s font options.
Alternatively, you can download and install fonts manually by placing the font files in the
~/.local/share/fonts directory (for the current user only) or the
/usr/local/share/fonts directory (for all users).
sh -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.github.com/ohmyzsh/ohmyzsh/master/tools/install.sh)"
Then it will prompt to set the default shell. Select yes — should you feel so inclined.