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TerminalPrompt
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Sets the format of the terminal prompt.
Synopsis
[Startup]    TerminalPrompt=n
Description
This is a comma separated string of values which set the default terminal prompt for the system. The default is 8,2
Values: The order of the values in the string determines the order the values appear in the prompt. For example
TerminalPrompt="2,1" 
gives you a terminal prompt of %SYS:HostName>
Examples
TerminalPrompt=0
This gives you a right-angle bracket as a prompt.
Range of Values
0–8, as described above.
Management Portal
On the page System Administration > Configuration > Additional Settings > Startup, in the TerminalPrompt row, select Edit. Enter a comma-separated string of values.


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