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256 Colors in xterm and tmux [in FreeBSD 10]

So these past few days I am working to make Xterm and tmux show all the 256 colors available in them by default. I reach these conclusions: for tmux to show 256 colors you have to make xterm to ...
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Schemes for linux tty and xterm

I actually prefer the font and colorscheme used when I'm in a tty terminal. After I start up a window manager, the colorscheme and font are completely different when I'm in xterm -- which is expected. ...
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Unable to change xterm colors from .Xresources

I'm configuring the look of xterm modifying the .Xresources but I'm having some trouble changing the colors. I tried with XTerm*vt100.background: #000000 XTerm*vt100.foreground: ...
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Getting unexpected colorized output on several commands

I just added this to my .bashrc to get colorized output with less: # Colorize less man pages. export LESS_TERMCAP_md=$'\e[01;34m' export LESS_TERMCAP_us=$'\e[01;33m' export ...
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How to get VIM to display 256 colors properly

I'm trying to get 256 color theme files to work with VIM under xterm. This is peaksea how it looks for me: How it should look: I've tried following the tips on the wiki page to no avail. set ...
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how to make XTerm never use bold characters?

I am trying to make XTerm to never use a bold font, and nothing seems to work. I put settings in ~/.Xresources and then run xrdb ~/.Xresources and then start a new XTerm. This is what I try: ...
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How do you display xterm colors with putty/bash?

Putty has this "allow terminal use xterm 256 colour mode" that I'd like to use, but I don't know how. I've been using a color.sh script to output echo statements and commands with colors, and I want ...
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xterm colors are too bright

I've just started using dwm a couple days ago and I'm using xterm (uxterm) as a terminal emulator. However, I'm noticing that certain applications (like vi/vim, ls, and others) that output in color ...