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Thu, 17 Feb 2005 11:39:58 +0100
On Wed, Feb 16, 2005 at 04:43:11PM -0500, Thomas G. Mayfield wrote:
> I've hacked my $LS_COLORS to the exact point I like it, and when I login
> to my box, get just what I want. However, screen is somehow overwriting
> this variable. I've tried manually setting $LS_COLORS using 'setenv
> LS_COLORS <long_list>', and still it's wrong.
> For an example, I added the following two lines to my .screenrc:
> setenv FOO $LS_COLORS
> setenv LS_COLORS $LS_COLORS
> After screen starts up, however, $FOO and $LS_COLORS ($FOO, of course
> being my hacked version, and $LS_COLORS being the system default). I've
> looked through my .bashrc and .bash_profile, but the only entries they
> contain regarding $LS_COLORS are my own--to set it to the custom values.
> Any ideas?
Check out /etc/bash.bashrc and /etc/profile. (Your .bash_profile will
nor be read if the shell is not a "login" shell, so you should set
LS_COLORS in ~.bashrc.)
Michael Schroeder address@hidden
- $LS_COLORS, Thomas G. Mayfield, 2005/02/16
- Re: $LS_COLORS,
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