Maybe I can chime in here again …
I didn’t really understand things here in the thread, so I’m not at the level of knowledge yet to know what fastfetch or vscode is!
What I would just like to know:
When I start the console (regardless of whether it’s fish or e.g. yakuake), there are already a lot of things in there, the whole window is written up, like two posts above in the first picture. There is this big C (made up of individual characters) and to the right of it is the various system information.
I can then write my command at the very bottom of the last line.
This always confuses me a bit and even though the information is certainly well-intentioned, I don’t always need it at this point and find it confusing. I’d rather start with a blank terminal window where I could start typing right at the top of the first line.
Now I just have the file in the virtual machine as a test
edited as follows:
## Run fastfetch as welcome message
That means I commented out the bottom three lines.
Now the terminal starts (almost) empty.
At least I can start writing on the second line.
Would that be the correct way?