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I am booting my pi as text with autologin.
Even after modifying the
bashrc file in the /home/pi folder, I still see the text in white. I know that the color is enabled, because during the boot, I see the OK in green, so the terminal seems enabled for color, but nothing show up when I run
ls -la or other commands.
What am I missing? I did enable
bashrc; and uncommented the lines where the aliases include the
--color=autol but still nothing happen.
put on hold as off-topic by Milliways, goldilocks♦ 2 days ago
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The terminal emulation also plays a role with colors on the text console. I just don’t know how it is set by default because I set it always to linux. You can get your setting with:
rpi ~$ echo $TERM
Try to set it in ~/.profile as first command:
then logout/logon and look if it helps.
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