I have neofetch running, and with having set up a conky, I wanted to disable neofetch. Its config fie is in ~/.config/neofetch. So, I changed the name of the config.conf file, but then a new config.conf file was created immediately.
I then changed the name of the neofetch to Qneofetch and a new neofetch folder was created immediately.
I now realize that the config file is not related to stopping neofetch from running. But I am confused by the automatic “corrective” action to the changes taken by the system.
What do you want to actually accomplish?
Not run neofetch on terminal startup??
Then just remove it from your .bashrc
There is no reason to remove the config file.
You know you can just run it anytime you want by just typing neofetch in the terminal right?
And if you don’t want it all, just uninstall it and then remove the configs