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RE: Changing systems so all text shows as white not multicolouredtext.



In vi/vim it is ":syntax off" that turns it off.  If you are talking
about with the "ls" command use "ls --color=never" to get rid of the
colors for a single command or alias ls to include the --color switch.



Fred

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Subject: Re: Changing systems so all text shows as white not
multicolouredtext.

On Tue, 25 Jan 2005 16:07:30 +0000, Andrew Bridgeman corusgroup com
<Andrew Bridgeman corusgroup com> wrote:
> I am in the process of making allot of changes to our existing Redhat
> machines we run version 7.1/7.3 8.0 WS and AS. It is sending my eyes
funny
> looking at multicoloured text all the time especially the Blue text
which i
> can hardly read. Is there a way of changing all of my machines so they
show
> text as white instead, i realised this is a small issue but it would
really
> help me know end at the moment. Any help is much appreciated.

On RHEL 3 this appears to be globally controlled in
/etc/profile.d/colorls.sh and /etc/profile.d/colorls.csh.  I'm not
sure about older flavors.

Something like "which ls" or "alias ls" should reveal the cause and if
you want to undo colors only for one user probably best to change the
ls family of aliases in your account.

John

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