dircolors to display colored output.
dircolors has default database of colors associated with file extensions, which can be printed wiht the command
man dir_colors I read, the system-wide database should be located in
/etc/DIR_COLORS. But this file does not exist on my system (Debian). How can I modify system-wide color settings for
dircolors? Where does the command
dircolors --print-database take the settings from, when no file exists.
I am aware that user can have user-specific file
~/.dircolors with his settings, but this is not suitable for me, since I need to change the settings for everybody.
A second questions is, whether it is possible to use 8-bit colors for dircolors. My terminal is