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URL: https://askubuntu.com/q/1099927
Title: Purple theme for "Bash On Ubuntu On Windows" for Windows 10
ID: /2018/12/11/Purple-theme-for-_Bash-On-Ubuntu-On-Windows_-for-Windows-10
Created: December 11, 2018
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Introduction

You can setup Ubuntu like colors in Windows Subsystem for Linux as this tutorial describes in detail:

wsl with standard screenfetch.png

Caveat

Don’t use the screenfetch display above, use the modified winscreeny here:

WSL bash startup.png

Using this splash screen gives more details than the tutorial’s screen and avoids error messages like it has.

Terminal Background Color Instruction Summary

To summarize the tutorial in the first link you will need to:

As Piotr Bartnicki notes, many people may prefer a lighter blue for directories. If you fall into this camp, put the value for slot 10 in slot 2.

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