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 Change REDHAT default terminal colors????

This can be done in several ways - most of which depends on how the
xterm is started.

Your xterm may be started from .xinitrc (xinit) or .xsession (xdm),
which are usually shell scripts which can easily be edited.
If you don't have such files, you are probably using global files,
you can use 'ps -x' to find out what you are really running.

xterms started by the window manager (e.g. fvwm) can usually be
specified with options in the config file (e.g. .fvwmrc).

If you feel like studying man pages, or can get better instruction elsewhere,
you can also use app-defaults files. check man X, man XTerm etc.

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den har i det rene og hele fattet begge deler d?rligt'' Piet Hein



 Fri, 05 Feb 1999 03:00:00 GMT   
 Change REDHAT default terminal colors????

G'day

I got redhat installed 3.0.3  and i dont like it xterm default color
...it's wheat color on black background..i just want to know how do i go
about changing  those colors???

those 2 colors giving me a bad eyes and i can manually open an xterm
specify
-bg -fg but i want to change it so i dont have to do that sort of things...

any help will appreciated it :)

while i'm on here i just want to know if anyone here using SLIRP with
redhat? my SLIRP connection die under redhat kernel 2 and pppd 2f (i
think)after about 30 minutes of connection and never die under windows
95...

again any tips i will be greatly appreciate :)

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Binh Nguyen
b...@blitzen.canberra.edu.au
L I N U X Power !!



 Fri, 05 Feb 1999 03:00:00 GMT   
 Change REDHAT default terminal colors????

In addition to what Hans Georg wrote...

The usual RedHat installation will launch an exterm from your
/home/<usre>/.Xclients file.  Take a look with vi (the color definitions
will be obvious.

The xterm launched by the  "goodstuff" tool bar is defined in .xinirc as
Hans mentioned (I believe.

bill leach
b.le...@worldnet.att.net
ars kb7lx



 Sat, 06 Feb 1999 03:00:00 GMT   
 
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