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I have an Archlinux installed on headless RaspberryPi. I'm using SSH to connect to it.

I've added some colors to bash with editing

sudo nano /home/pi/.bashrc

and adding:

PS1='[\[\e[1;34m\]\u\[\e[m\]@\[\e[1;32m\]\h\[\e[m\] \[\e[1m\]\W\[\e[m\]]\$'

The only problem is, that the colors like 1;34 is not displayed as Light Blue, but as Bold Blue which is hard to read on the black terminal. Is there any way to set the colors to their "light variants"?

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    \e[1;34m is bold, \e[0;34m is normal... – jasonwryan Nov 11 '13 at 19:35
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Try using this site/service to generate the colors that you want.

NOTE: I think you're looking for the color Cyan to get light blue: (Cyan - 0;36).

excerpt

ss of app#1

ss of app#2

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