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Date:      Thu, 05 May 2011 19:42:32 +0000
From:      pwnedomina <pwnedomina@gmail.com>
To:        Polytropon <freebsd@edvax.de>
Cc:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: rox-fm
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Em 05-05-2011 17:20, Polytropon escreveu:
> On Thu, 05 May 2011 16:14:15 +0000, pwnedomina<pwnedomina@gmail.com>  wrote:
>> according to this page http://understudy.net/custom.html C shell support
>> colors, how can i turn this prompt
>>
>> set prompt = "[%B%n@%m:%~%b]%# "
>>
>> with red color on brackets and white color on text?
> Have a look at the page you mentioned above and you'll
> easily find the answer, especially if you consult the
> section
>
> 	http://understudy.net/custom.html#color_prompts
>
> and then scroll down to "TC Shells" - keep in mind that
> FreeBSD's C shell is a TC shell (/bin/csh and /bin/tcsh
> are the same program).
>
> I've tried the example (on FreeBSD 7) from the web page
> you mentioned and found that
>
> 	set prompt = "%{\033[31m%}[%{\033[0m%}%B%n@%m:%~%b%{\033[31m%}]%{\033[0m%}%# "
>
> works as intended. %{\033[31m%} switches red color on, and
> %B/%b applies bold face for the text inside the brackets.
>
> In the section
>
> 	http://understudy.net/custom.html#table2
>
> you'll find a reference for the other colors "programming
> codes". You could, for example, use a different color for
> root and nonroot shells, or change color depending on specific
> shell accounts on your system.
>
> You can also use other attributes like %S/%s for standout
> (here: inverse) mode, or %U/%u for underline mode. However,
> not every terminal (emulator) is capable of displaying them
> as intended, for example the text mode console cannot do
> unterlining, vt100 can do blinking _and_ underlining, but
> can't do colors, xterm can do underlining, but _not_ blinking,
> but can do colors... and so on.
>
>
>
i had a little problem, after i have rox-filer running im unable to see 
output of root-tail texts in background, what can i do in order to fix this?



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