Follow the guidelines in this article to install Zsh on Ubuntu 22.04.
Install and configure the Z-Shell (Zsh) on Ubuntu 22.04
To install Zsch On the Ubuntu system, do the following:
Step 1: Update the Ubuntu repository
Make sure the Ubuntu repository is updated, and if not, the user can run the following command:
Step 2: Install Zsh on Ubuntu
Install now Zsch on Ubuntu via the apt package manager with the following command:
Step 3: Install the Zsh configuration tool
To configure the Zsch on Ubuntu system you must need Zsch Configuration tool that can be installed with the following command:
Add to “Y‘ to allow changes to the default shell Zsch.
Step 4: Confirm Zsh installation
To ensure that Z-Shell is successfully installed on the Ubuntu system, enter the following command:
Test zsh on Ubuntu
To test whether Z Shell (Zsh) is running on the Ubuntu system, run the following update command.
The command above takes care of that Zsch has been successfully installed on the Ubuntu system.
Now whenever you want Zsch On Ubuntu, just type “zsch‘ on the terminal to open the bash prompt.
Change the theme on the Z shell (zsh)
You can change the theme Zsch by opening the configuration file with the following command:
Then replace the default theme name “Robby Russel” with “agnostic‘ already in the file.
Save the file with the “CTRL+X“, add to “Y” and Enter to exit.
After the restart, open the Ubuntu terminal again to see the new changes.
Remove the Z Shell (Zsh) from Ubuntu
To remove the Z shell or Zsch from Ubuntu you can use the following command:
Z Shell (Zsh) is an interactive command line shell that is easy to install apt package manager. However, users must install Zsch Configuration tool from the script file as this allows users to configure the shell of their choice. Once installed, you can change and use the theme within the file Zsch as your default Ubuntu terminal.