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Hi recently i had to re-create my home directory and ever since my bash promt changed to

bash-3.00$

I changed the /etc/profile

This seemed to fix it in runlevel3 but as soon as i startx my konsole in KDE still says

bash-3.00$

how can i fix this???
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try fixing your ~/.bash_profile or ~/.bashrc for the prompt
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