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    Default how to setup the colors in command-line?

    hi there - good evening dear linux-experts



    i run opensuse 12.3 - and i want to configure the commandline - tool.

    how to setup the colors in command-line?

    i want to have white back-ground and colored letters.

    doable ?
    dilbert ;-)
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    Default Re: how to setup the colors in command-line?

    Quote Originally Posted by dilbertone View Post
    hi there - good evening dear linux-experts



    i run opensuse 12.3 - and i want to configure the commandline - tool.

    how to setup the colors in command-line?

    i want to have white back-ground and colored letters.

    doable ?
    According to your other thread I think you are using KDE, right?
    So I guess you mean Konsole.

    See here then: Konsole - KDE UserBase Wiki
    You don't have to add a profile as written there, you can also just edit an existing one (that would be Settings -> "Profile Management" -> "Edit Current Profile" then I think, I'm not near my Linux system atm).
    EDIT: It should be:
    Settings → Edit Current Profile...

    You can change the background and text color (and font) in the appearance tab.

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    Default Re: how to setup the colors in command-line?

    hello dear wolfi

    many thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfi323 View Post
    According to your other thread I think you are using KDE, right?
    So I guess you mean Konsole.

    See here then: Konsole - KDE UserBase Wiki
    You don't have to add a profile as written there, you can also just edit an existing one (that would be Settings -> "Profile Management" -> "Edit Current Profile" then I think, I'm not near my Linux system atm).
    EDIT: It should be:
    Settings → Edit Current Profile...

    You can change the background and text color (and font) in the appearance tab.
    all went smoothly - now i have configured the Konsole

    greetings
    dilbert ;-)
    Wordpress-development - a Toolset: wpgear.org

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