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Re: help with installing and correctly configuring zsh on an amd 64 box running gentoo stable
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- From: Michael Fothergill <michael.fothergill@xxxxxxxxx>
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- Subject: Re: help with installing and correctly configuring zsh on an amd 64 box running gentoo stable
- Date: Fri, 12 Jun 2020 17:20:46 +0100
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Many thanks for the help and advice.
As well as installing zsh and powerlevel 10k on the gentoo install I have I
also did it with ubuntu. Ubuntu is easier because prepared binary packages
are available to install things including the nerd fonts.
When i installed powerlevel10k using the omyzsh instructions I could get it
So I used the standard manual install instructions and it ended up in the
/root directory. When I put that path into the .zshrc and ran exec zsh as
a user powerlevel 10k began to run.
The wizard ran and I set up a dozen or so prompt environment parameters and
at the end noticed a warning message:
Apply changes to ~/.zshrc?
WARNING: ~/.zshrc is readonly and not owned by the user. Cannot modify
(y) Yes (disabled).
(n) No. I know which changes to apply and will do it myself.
(r) Restart from the beginning.
(q) Quit and do nothing.
This meant I could not save the chosen options and carry on with them.
What sort of problem is this?
is it a file permissions problem?
I did not get that problem with the gentoo install.
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