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Losing color when starting screen session

Try these commands in screen session: alias egrep='egrep --color=auto' alias fgrep='fgrep --color=auto' alias grep='grep --color=auto' alias l.='ls -d .* --color=auto' alias ll='ls -l --color=auto' ...
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Issue with column command and color escape codes

Starting with the next version v2.40 of util-linux / column will handle text containing Fe Escape sequences from ANSI escape code properly. With this change, programs that output text with ANSI ...
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How to "enable" True Color Support and Nerd Fonts in Arch Linux Console

KMSCON is another alternative that works very well. I've just installed it, and now all the consoles can work with nerdfonts Here some info to use it in Arch: https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/KMSCON
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Losing color when starting screen session

Place this in your ~/.screenrc, create and add if not exists shell -$SHELL Place this in your ~/.bashrc or ~/.zshrc, whichever shell you have configured. export TERM=screen-256color Apply the ...
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tput setaf color table? How to determine color codes?

There's the nice terminal-colors Python3 script. Here's what it gives on xfce4-terminal: $ terminal-colors -n
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Can less retain colored output?

If you're not getting colored output from less, you might be using the one from busybox. Install the real less instead.
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GNU Linker Colorization

You can have a simple wrapper script to colorize ld output. I have the following script saved as /usr/local/bin/ld which assumes that the real ld is at /usr/bin/ld. Now I can change my PATH to point ...
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