After using oh-my-zsh on my macbook for a few days, I feel the original bash theme not elegant enough. Thus, I start searching something like oh-my-zsh for bash, then I found oh my bash.

Oh My Bash is an open source, community-driven framework for managing your bash configuration. Let’s get started.

Oh My Bash is installed by running one of the following commands in your terminal.

via curl

bash -c "$(curl -fsSL"

via wget

bash -c "$(wget -O -)"

The above command will execute the following commands line by line.

git clone --depth=1 /root/.oh-my-bash
mv /root/.bashrc /root/.bashrc.omb-backup-yyyymmddhhmmss #timestamp
cp /root/.oh-my-bash/templates/bashrc.osh-template /root/.bashrc
mv -f /root/.bashrc.omb-temp /root/.bashrc

After the above command, you can see the basic oh-my-bash theme on your terminal.

initial theme

the default theme is font. you can change the variable OSH_THEME in the file ~/.bashrc. All the theme can be found in this link. I’d like to use bakke right now.

bakke theme