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Re: .bashrc (ls --color=auto setting)

Previously Paul Slootman wrote:
> Then you must have some other arrangement to get the colors;
> it's not enabled by default. Try a fresh install (I have).
> Maybe a direct setting of LS_COLORS in your .bash_profile or 
> whatever?


[tornado;~/cistron]-15> env|grep LS
zsh: done       env | 
zsh: exit 1     grep LS

I have ls aliased to 'ls --color=auto', which works great.


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