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Terminal colors putty raspbian

I'm connecting to my Raspberry Pi from my Windows Machine using putty. I already adjusted the colors for bold blue in putty to be more readable (using this guide). But I still have problems with the ...
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vim: Use different colorscheme when connected over SSH

On my desktop I use the hbrid color scheme in vim, with the preferred colors set for my consoles 16-color palette (as described in the README). However, on my laptop, I use the solarized color ...
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Non-printable-ASCII characters in sshd banner

It's possible to configure a banner for sshd that is to be displayed as a connection is opened, via Banner /etc/motd.ssh in sshd_config. Note that this is displayed before the authentication occurs, ...
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Colorful ssh banner

I would like to colorize my ssh banner. I know I can perform it like so: In /etc/profile I can put: echo -e "\e[1;31m Colorful text" echo -e "\e[0m Reset" But I have some ASCII art in the banner ...
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Disable colours on terminal and SSH

My local Linux machine has coloured terminal output like this; When I SSH to a pfSense/BSD box it changes the colours like this; Even when I SSH from to a machine that doesn't have a coloured ...
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Nested ssh session inside screen has no color

I am attempting to keep a nested ssh session inside of a byobu/screen window, which I also connect to over SSH with Putty on Windows. However the nested SSH session has no color. Here's what I'm ...
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Can I set my local machine's terminal colors to use those of the machine I ssh into?

I have a color scheme that I like for when I'm in a terminal, but I ssh into the machine I work on from multiple sources (locally, PuTTY, my netbook, etc.) and I want to maintain the same color scheme ...
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Make terminal text color different when in ssh session

Is there a way to make my terminal (konsole) display different text colors when I'm in an ssh session WITHOUT modifying the remote host's color configuration? Like, maybe automatically switching to a ...