Re: mutt not in color
On Thu, May 28, 1998 at 02:02:51AM -0000, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> System: Linux 2.0.29 [using slang 9938]
> Compile options:
> -HIDDEN_HOST +HOMESPOOL -USE_SETGID +USE_DOTLOCK +USE_FCNTL -USE_FLOCK
It looks like you compiled this yourself on debian 1.3. I think you
should have -USE_FCNTL to match the way the rest of the debian mail
programs work. I think there is a command line option to configure, or
you can edit the file it produces.
I'm using mutt with ncurses1.9.9e. Yes, I need to upgrade, but
color works on the console with TERM=linux and on xterms with
TERM=xterm-color. There are some bugs with the color on the xterm, I
haven't used it enough on the console to know if there are bugs there as
well. I hope a new version of ncurses or switching to slang will get rid
of these bugs.
> +USE_POP +HAVE_REGCOMP -USE_GNU_RX +HAVE_COLOR -BUFFY_SIZE -EXACT_ADDRESS
> Mail bug reports along with this output to <email@example.com>.
> Notice I compiled with slang. Also, I have a recent terminfo database
> (Debian 1.3.1 installed). My $TERM is set to linux. I've also tried
> rxvt, colr_xterm, and xterm for the TERM variable. mutt is not in
> color on the console nor in an xterm or rxvt term (under X). I am NOT
> using screen. I also tried explicitly setting the TERMINFO variable
> to my terminfo database path. Nothing works. It's nasty.
Lee Bradshaw lee@sectionIV.com (preferred)
Alantro Communications firstname.lastname@example.org
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