Re: xterm color
>>>>> "Michael" == Michael Harnois <email@example.com> writes:
>> However, when I added the contents of the following file
>> to my .Xresources file and restarted X, the colors started to
Michael> So is Debian X finding the app-defaults files at all?
On my system at least, there is no 'xterm-color' binary, so, if I
understand things correctly, when I run 'xterm', only the XTerm
app-defaults file is checked, not XTerm-color. Thus, even though I am
running a color-enabled 'xterm' binary, it doesn't know I want color
and, since color is turned off by default, the display is in black and
white until I change the resources.
So, I'm not sure whether this is a Debian bug or not? Certainly, most
people running Debian have color monitors, so perhaps it would be
reasonable to have xterm colors turned on by default.
Nathan L. Cutler
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