I am a self-taught Linux user for 10 years.
My problem at the moment is I have this line at top of my terminal panel : .config/neofetch/config.conf: line 1: $’\357\273\277#’: command not found
I have never encountered it before and do not know the solution.It affects nothing but very annoying.
When I remove neofetch entry from my .bashrc file it`s gone .
Okay I had a similar issue a month or two ago. Not sure if I had posted about it, but for myself the solution was simple. Note, this only applies to the Tilix terminal, so if you use Gnome Terminal, or Konsole, etc, the option may or may not be there.
I’ll explain it through Tilix, hopefully your terminal of choice has similar options.
Go to you terminal preferences
Under Profiles, you have various options to customize colors, spacing, sounds, etc
Under the Command heading, make sure “Run command as login shell” is NOT CHECKED
Close the preferences and close your terminal and restart it.
You should hopefully now be good to go!
I’m posting this now, but in a moment I’ll install Gnome Terminal and see if it has similar options as well in case that’s the terminal you’re using.
Let us know if this works!
Edit: Here’s the post I was thinking of:
I’ve tried turning the “Run command as a login shell” on and off, but I haven’t noticed a difference, so it’s possible that my solution may not work for you since I don’t think the issues are the same, but it’s worth a try nonetheless.