How to Add and Remove Evil Eye Banner in Termux?

Termux is a popular terminal emulator for Android devices that allows you to run a Linux-like environment and use various command-line tools and utilities. One of the coolest features of Termux is the ability to customize the look and feel of your terminal by adding a banner with your own text and design. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to add a permanent Evil Eye banner to your Termux header using a simple script, and how to remove it when you want to go back to the default settings.

Adding the Evil Eye banner in Termux

To add the Evil Eye banner in Termux, you need to follow these steps:

  • Open Termux and type “pkg install git -y” to install the Git package.
  • Clone the Evil Eye project from the Bhai4You GitHub repository by running “git clone https://github.com/Bhai4You/Termux-Banner“.
  • Change the directory to the Termux-Banner folder by running “cd Termux-Banner“.
  • Give execute permission to all files in the folder by running “chmod +x *“.
  • Install the requirements for the banner by running “bash requirement.sh” (this will install packages like figlet, toilet, cow say, nano, ruby, local cat, which may use more than 100 MB of data if you’re using mobile data).
  • Run the t-ban.sh file by running “bash t-ban.sh“.
  • Enter your banner text and cowsay name when prompted.

Removing the Evil Eye banner in Termux

To remove the Evil Eye banner from Termux, you need to follow these steps:

  • Restart your Termux or navigate out of the Termux-Banner folder if you’re still in it.
  • Uninstall the packages that were installed by the Termux-Banner requirements file by running “gem uninstall lolcat && pkg uninstall figlet toilet cowsay nano ruby“.
  • Reset the bash.bashrc file to the default configuration by running the following command: “echo ‘if [ -x /data/data/com.termux/files/usr/libexec/termux/command-not-found ]; then command_not_found_handle() { /data/data/com.termux/files/usr/libexec/termux/command-not-found “$1” } fi

PS1=’$ ‘” > /data/data/com.termux/files/usr/etc/bash.bashrc

  • Open a new session and the Evil Eye banner will be completely removed from your Termux.

Conclusion

Adding an Evil Eye banner in Termux can be a fun and useful way to personalize your terminal and make it more appealing. The process is straightforward and requires only a few simple steps. If you don’t need the banner anymore, you can remove it easily by following the steps we’ve outlined. We hope this tutorial has been helpful to you and that you enjoy using your custom Evil Eye banner in Termux.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top