getting a terminal to STOP showing colors
bryan.sant at gmail.com
Mon Nov 10 16:34:18 MST 2008
On Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 4:15 PM, Lee Higginson <leeard at gmail.com> wrote:
> Anyone know how to get a terminal to STOP showing colors. I can unalias and
> change the /etc/DIR_COLORS to get them to stop for most things, but doing a:
> service <process> restart, ALWAYS gives me a pretty green OK. Anyone know
> how to get that to stop?
If you run "ls" in your terminal it shows colors. If you run "bash -c
ls" you don't see color. The later command never allocates a PTY.
Does this have something to do with it?
Adjusting TERM or COLORTERM env vars doesn't seem to make a
difference. Running infocmp in both scenarios above produces
I'm curious about the answer to this too.
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