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lenk
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 03, 2005 11:31 pm    Post subject: Terminal Configs Gallery [Sticky] Reply with quote

Here comes the time you can show off your leet terminal config, be it aterm,eterm,xterm,rxvt,urxvt,mrxvt. A small screenshot with the config would be great :)

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2005 1:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://community.webshots.com/photo/99208012/265987509OisjHR

urxvt:

Code:
urxvt*borderLess: true
urxvt*loginShell: true
urxvt*inheritPixmap: true
urxvt*tintColor: #373C57
#urxvt*tintColor: #ABC865
urxvt*foreground: #ffffff
urxvt*background: #000000
urxvt*scrollBar: false
urxvt*saveLines: 3000
urxvt*geometry: 78x24
urxvt*externalBorder: 2
urxvt*internalBorder: 0
#urxvt*font: xft:Bitstream Vera Sans Mono:charwidth=8:pixelsize=10
urxvt*font: xft:aquafont-10:charwidth=7
!urxvt*font: -*-Bright-*
urxvt*color0:           #000000
urxvt*color1:           #a35757
urxvt*color2:           #7a8672
urxvt*color3:           #968a38
urxvt*color4:           #414171
urxvt*color5:           #963c59
urxvt*color6:           #418179
urxvt*color7:           #bebebe
urxvt*color8:           #666666
urxvt*color9:           #a35757
urxvt*color10:          #c5f779
urxvt*color11:          #fff796
urxvt*color12:          #4186be
urxvt*color13:          #cf9ebe
urxvt*color14:          #71bebe
urxvt*color15:          #ffffff
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2005 2:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

this may sound a bit newbish but i didn't know terms could use font's like that.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2005 3:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

certain one's can...not sure which exactly, but urxvt is one of em.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2005 3:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

well i have a more of a miss match of settings in differnt places.

xdefaults
Code:

XTerm*scrollTtyOutput: false
XTerm*scrollKey: true
XTerm*internalBorder:           3
XTerm*scrollBar:                true
XTerm*rightScrollBar:           true
XTerm*loginShell:               true
XTerm*geometry:                 85x23
XTerm*saveLines:                5000
XTerm*charClass:                33:48,35:48,37:48,43:48,45-47:48,64:48,95:48,126:48,35:48,58:48


bashrc for the prompt
Code:

source /home/kevin/twtty
twtty


twtty
Code:

#!/bin/bash

#   termwide prompt with tty number
#      by Giles - created 2 November 98
#
#      $Revision: 1.2 $   $Author: giles $
#      $Source: /home/giles/.bashprompt/bashthemes/RCS/twtty,v $
#      $Log: twtty,v $
#      Revision 1.2  1999/03/25 01:37:51  giles
#
#      Revision 1.1  1999/03/25 01:35:26  giles
#      Initial revision
#
#     This is a variant on "termwide" that incorporates the tty number.
#
#     24 March 99 - use of sed with \{$cut\} where $cut is an integer
#     means that this probably now requires a GNU version of sed.

function prompt_command {

TERMWIDTH=${COLUMNS}

#   Calculate the width of the prompt:

hostnam=$(echo -n $HOSTNAME | sed -e "s/[\.].*//")
#   "whoami" and "pwd" include a trailing newline
usernam=$(whoami)
cur_tty=$(tty | sed -e "s/.*tty\(.*\)/\1/")
newPWD="${PWD}"
#   Add all the accessories below ...
let promptsize=$(echo -n "--(${usernam}@${hostnam}:${cur_tty})---(${PWD})--" \
                 | wc -c | tr -d " ")
let fillsize=${TERMWIDTH}-${promptsize}
fill=""
while [ "$fillsize" -gt "0" ]
do
    fill="${fill}-"
   let fillsize=${fillsize}-1
done

if [ "$fillsize" -lt "0" ]
then
   let cut=3-${fillsize}
   newPWD="...$(echo -n $PWD | sed -e "s/\(^.\{$cut\}\)\(.*\)/\2/")"
fi
}

PROMPT_COMMAND=prompt_command

function twtty {

local GRAY="\[\033[1;30m\]"
local LIGHT_GRAY="\[\033[0;37m\]"
local WHITE="\[\033[1;37m\]"
local NO_COLOUR="\[\033[0m\]"

local LIGHT_BLUE="\[\033[1;34m\]"
local YELLOW="\[\033[1;33m\]"

case $TERM in
    xterm*)
        TITLEBAR='\[\033]0;\u@\h:\w\007\]'
        ;;
    *)
        TITLEBAR=""
        ;;
esac

PS1="$TITLEBAR\
$YELLOW-$LIGHT_BLUE-(\
$YELLOW\$usernam$LIGHT_BLUE@$YELLOW\$hostnam$LIGHT_BLUE:$WHITE\$cur_tty\
${LIGHT_BLUE})-${YELLOW}-\${fill}${LIGHT_BLUE}-(\
$YELLOW\${newPWD}\
$LIGHT_BLUE)-$YELLOW-\
\n\
$YELLOW-$LIGHT_BLUE-(\
$YELLOW\$(date +%H%M)$LIGHT_BLUE:$YELLOW\$(date \"+%a,%d %b %y\")\
$LIGHT_BLUE:$WHITE\$$LIGHT_BLUE)-\
$YELLOW-\
$NO_COLOUR "

PS2="$LIGHT_BLUE-$YELLOW-$YELLOW-$NO_COLOUR "

}


and the xterm settings shell script i made sence fluxbox's menu doesn't like too many options on the commands it executes.

Code:

#!/bin/bash
xterm +ls -j -s -bg black -fg steelblue -bc -fn -artwiz-smoothansi-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-* -fs 12


i use aterm for root here is it's shell script file i made cause of fluxbox.
Code:

#!/bin/bash
aterm -tr -trsb -sr -fg orangered -sh 70 -fade 70 +ls -fn -artwiz-smoothansi-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-* -tn xterm -e su root
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2005 3:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

dswissmiss wrote:
http://community.webshots.com/photo/99208012/265987509OisjHR

urxvt:

Code:
urxvt*borderLess: true
urxvt*loginShell: true
urxvt*inheritPixmap: true
urxvt*tintColor: #373C57
#urxvt*tintColor: #ABC865
urxvt*foreground: #ffffff
urxvt*background: #000000
urxvt*scrollBar: false
urxvt*saveLines: 3000
urxvt*geometry: 78x24
urxvt*externalBorder: 2
urxvt*internalBorder: 0
#urxvt*font: xft:Bitstream Vera Sans Mono:charwidth=8:pixelsize=10
urxvt*font: xft:aquafont-10:charwidth=7
!urxvt*font: -*-Bright-*
urxvt*color0:           #000000
urxvt*color1:           #a35757
urxvt*color2:           #7a8672
urxvt*color3:           #968a38
urxvt*color4:           #414171
urxvt*color5:           #963c59
urxvt*color6:           #418179
urxvt*color7:           #bebebe
urxvt*color8:           #666666
urxvt*color9:           #a35757
urxvt*color10:          #c5f779
urxvt*color11:          #fff796
urxvt*color12:          #4186be
urxvt*color13:          #cf9ebe
urxvt*color14:          #71bebe
urxvt*color15:          #ffffff


Where do you put these settings?
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2005 3:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

/home/username/.Xdefaults
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2005 3:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

dswissmiss wrote:
/home/username/.Xdefaults


Thanks! Will try asap.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2005 5:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

How the hell do I emerge urxvt? What is it part of?
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2005 5:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

DrWoland wrote:
How the hell do I emerge urxvt? What is it part of?
emerge rxvt-unicode. You can see which package a file belongs to at gentoo-stats(still sort of new).
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2005 5:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kind of plain but functional. Looks like this. I am using xterm with zsh.

~/.Xdefaults
Code:
! Emacs settings
Emacs*bitmapIcon: on

! X niceness
!Xft.dpi: 96
Xft.hinting: 1
Xft.hintstyle: hintfull
Xcursor.size: 16
Xcursor.theme: whiteglass

! Fonts
!aterm*font:             "-*-proggy clean-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*"
!aterm*boldFont:         "-*-proggy clean-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*"
XTerm*faceName:    Bitstream Vera Sans Mono:style=Roman
XTerm*boldFont:         Bitstream Vera Sans Mono:style=Roman

! Xterm settings (aterm/rxvt inherits, urxvt does not)
XTerm*loginshell:       true
XTerm*faceSize:      10
XTerm*scrollBar:   false
! Don't scroll output when the paged up
XTerm*scrollTtyOutput:   false
XTerm*background:   grey10
XTerm*foreground:   WhiteSmoke
XTerm*cursorColor:   red
! Don't remember...
XTerm*charClass:   33:48,37:48,45-47:48,64:48
! No bold chars
XTerm*boldMode:         false
! Makes scrolling faster allowing it to jump whole screens at a time
XTerm*jumpScroll:   true
! Makes scrolling faster allowing it to skip over content when scrolling fast
XTerm*multiScroll:   true
XTerm*autoWrap:      true
XTerm*cursorBlink:   true
! Fixes delete problems in emacs and creates problems in vim
!XTerm*deleteIsDEL:   true
! How much scrollback to save
XTerm*saveLines:   1000
! This fixes odd behavior with alt
XTerm*eightBitInput:   false
! Not sure what this does
XTerm*metaSendsEscape:   true

XTerm*color0:           #000000
XTerm*color1:           #CD0000
XTerm*color2:           #00CD00
XTerm*color3:           #CDCD00
XTerm*color4:           #4B4BED
XTerm*color5:           #CD00CD
XTerm*color6:           #00CDCD
XTerm*color7:           #b3b3b3
XTerm*color8:           #404040
XTerm*color9:           #FF0000
XTerm*color10:          #49DC49
XTerm*color11:          #FFFF00
XTerm*color12:          #5858E5
XTerm*color13:          #FF00FF
XTerm*color14:          #00FFFF
XTerm*color15:          #FFFFFF


and [b]~/.zshrc
Code:
#####################
## System settings ##
#####################
export BROWSER=/usr/bin/firefox

if [ -e "/etc/profile.env" ]
then
        . /etc/profile.env
fi

## dirty hack to fix root's screen sessions
export SHELL=/bin/zsh

# 077 would be more secure, but 022 is generally quite realistic
umask 022

if [ `/usr/bin/whoami` = 'root' ]
then
    USR=priv    # This is used below for prompt colors
    export PATH="/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/local/sbin:${ROOTPATH}"
else
    USR=nopriv  # This is used below for prompt colors
    export PATH="/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/local/bin:${PATH}"
fi
unset ROOTPATH

if [ -z "$INPUTRC" -a ! -f "$HOME/.inputrc" ]
then
        export INPUTRC="/etc/inputrc"
fi

#########################################################################
## Change the window title of X terminals to something more meaningful ##
#########################################################################
# This function sets the window tile to user@host:/workingdir before each
# prompt. If you're using screen, it sets the window title (works
# wonderfully for hardstatus lines :)
precmd () {
  [[ -t 1 ]] || return
  case $TERM in
    *xterm*|rxvt|(dt|k|E|a)term) print -Pn "\e]2;[%l] %n@%m:%~\a"
    ;;
    screen*) print -Pn "\e]2;[screen] [%l] %n@%m:%~\e\134"
  esac
 
  case $HOSTNAME in (copperhead-nope)
## Show battery status if on laptop and on battery ##
      if which acpi > /dev/null; then
          ACPI_RESULT=`acpi | fgrep discharging`
          ACPI=''
          # um...i'll make this more elegant later
          if [[ "$ACPI_RESULT" != "" ]]; then
              ACPI_SMALL=${ACPI_RESULT[(w)4,(w)4]/\% /%%}
              ACPI=$WHITE' | '$RED$ACPI_SMALL'%%'
          fi
      else
          ACPI=''
      fi
  esac
  case $HOSTNAME in (copperhead)
## Show battery status if on laptop and on battery ##
      if which apm > /dev/null; then
          APM_RESULT=`apm | fgrep off`
          APM=''
          # um...i'll make this more elegant later
          if [[ "$APM_RESULT" != "" ]]; then
              APM_SMALL=${APM_RESULT[(w)6,(w)6]/\%}
              APM=$WHITE' | '$RED$APM_SMALL'%%'
          fi
      else
          APM=''
      fi
  esac

  export RPROMPT=$BLUE'('$WHITE%n$RED'@'$GREEN%m$APM$BLUE')'$NC
}

## This sets the window title to the last run command. ##
[[ -t 1 ]] || return
case $TERM in
    *xterm*|rxvt|(dt|k|E|a)term)
    preexec () {
    print -Pn "\e]2;[%l] [%n@%m] <$1>\a"
    #print -Pn "\e]2;$1\a"
    }
    ;;
    screen*)
        preexec () {
        # this doesn't do anything... *wah*
        #print -Pn "\e\"[screen] [%l] [%n@%m] <$1>\e\134"
        print -Pn "\e\"$1\e\134"
    }
  ;;
esac

#################################
## Right and left prompt setup ##
#################################

## Define some colors for easy use ##
## Bold colors in caps ##
local black=$'%{\e[0;30m%}'
local BLACK=$'%{\e[1;30m%}'
local red=$'%{\e[0;31m%}'
local RED=$'%{\e[1;31m%}'
local green=$'%{\e[0;32m%}'
local GREEN=$'%{\e[1;32m%}'
local yellow=$'%{\e[0;33m%}'
local YELLOW=$'%{\e[1;33m%}'
local blue=$'%{\e[0;34m%}'
local BLUE=$'%{\e[1;34m%}'
local purple=$'%{\e[0;35m%}'
local PURPLE=$'%{\e[1;35m%}'
local cyan=$'%{\e[0;36m%}'
local CYAN=$'%{\e[1;36m%}'
local WHITE=$'%{\e[1;37m%}'
local white=$'%{\e[0;37m%}'
local NC=$'%{\e[0m%}' # no color

# Find out how we logged in. This is used for the PROMPT color settings below
local THIS_TTY=tty`ps aux | grep $$ | grep bash | awk '{ print $7 }'`
local SESS_SRC=`who | grep $THIS_TTY | awk '{ print $6 }'`

local SSH_FLAG=0
SSH_IP=`echo $SSH_CLIENT | awk '{ print $1 }'`
if [ $SSH_IP ] ; then
  local SSH_FLAG=1
fi
SSH2_IP=`echo $SSH2_CLIENT | awk '{ print $1 }'`
if [ $SSH2_IP ] ; then
  local SSH_FLAG=1
fi
if [ $SSH_FLAG -eq 1 ] ; then
  local CONN=ssh
elif [ -z $SESS_SRC ] ; then
  local CONN=lcl
elif [ $SESS_SRC = "(:0.0)" -o $SESS_SRC = "" ] ; then
  local CONN=lcl
else
  local CONN=tel
fi

# Set some prompt colors:
# Local: user is white, root is light red
# Telnet: user is light cyan, root is purple..tehe
# SSH: user is light green, root is yellow
if [ $USR = nopriv ] ; then
    PRMT=$GREEN'>'
else
    PRMT=$RED'!>'
fi

if [ $CONN = tel ] ; then
    local CONN=$YELLOW'tel '
elif [ $CONN = ssh ] ; then
    local CONN=$YELLOW'ssh '
else
    local CONN=''
fi

## Dirty hack to tell if i'm running in screen
if [[ "$TERM" == "screen" ]]; then
    local SCREEN=$CYAN'scr '
else
    local SCREEN=''
fi

## left prompt -- username:[hostname]$ ##
PROMPT=$BLUE'('$RED'%~'$BLUE')'$'\n'$SCREEN$CONN$PRMT' '$NC
## right prompt is set in precmd

###########################
## Environment Variables ##
###########################
export COLORTERM=yes
export CC=gcc
export MANPAGER=less
export PAGER=less
# export CVSROOT=':ext:me@cvsserver.foo.com:/somewhere/cvs'
export CVS_RSH='/usr/bin/ssh'

## Add to Path ##
# /usr/scripts/ -- my scripts
# /usr/apps/ -- directory for manual installs (non-portage)
export PATH=$PATH:/usr/scripts/:/usr/apps/

## SCREENDIR apparently screws 'screen' up ##
unset SCREENDIR

#############
## Aliases ##
#############

## zsh customizations ##
alias mv='nocorrect mv'
alias cp='nocorrect cp'
alias mkdir='nocorrect mkdir -p'
autoload zmv
alias zmv='noglob zmv -W'

## ls stuff ##
alias ls='ls -F --color=auto'
alias ll='ls -alhF --color=auto'
alias d='ls -F | grep /'
eval `dircolors -b /etc/DIR_COLORS` # Now taken care of below

## editors ##
alias nano='nano -w'
alias pico='nano -w' # heh...
alias em='emacs -nw' # taken care of with a function

## altered commands ##
alias cd..='cd ..'
alias x='exit'       # don't really know why I use this
alias h='history 1'
alias hg='h | grep'
alias gc='gcc -ansi -pedantic -O2 -Wall -o'
alias grep='grep --color=auto'
alias less='less -R'
#alias startx='startxfce4'
alias diff='colordiff'
alias fixtime='sudo ntpdate tick.gatech.edu' # i'll fix my clock later..

## user shutdown ##
alias poweroff='sudo /sbin/poweroff'
alias reboot='sudo /sbin/reboot'
alias halt='sudo /sbin/halt'

## cvs laziness ##
alias up='cvs up -dP'
alias cvslog='cvs2cl.pl && vim ChangeLog && rm ChangeLog.bak'
alias cvsscott='export CVSROOT=":ext:name@server.com:/net/hu12/pxscott/cvsroot"'
alias cvsmatt='export CVSROOT=":ext:name@server.com:/data/repos"'

## portage stuff ##
alias emerge='emerge -v'
alias xmerge='ACCEPT_KEYWORDS="~x86" emerge -p'
alias eonce='emerge --oneshot'
alias depon='qpkg -I -q'

## mount magic ##
alias mcdrom='mount /mnt/cdrom && cd /mnt/cdrom'
alias ucdrom='cd && umount /mnt/cdrom'
alias mwinc='mount /mnt/winc && cd /mnt/winc'
alias uwinc='cd && umount /mnt/winc'
alias mwind='mount /mnt/wind && cd /mnt/wind'
alias uwind='cd && umount /mnt/wind'

## one-liner's ##
alias fixperm='find . -type f -print0 | xargs -0 chmod 644; find . -type d -print0 | xargs -0 chmod 755'
alias btdl="btdownloadheadless.py --max_uploads 2 --minport 5000 --maxport 5010 --max_upload_rate 4"
alias bfast="btdownloadheadless.py --max_uploads 6 --minport 5000 --maxport 5010 --max_upload_rate 15"
alias grabhttp="wget -v -F -N -x --cache=off --recursive --convert links"
alias tolower="for n in *; do mv $n `echo $n | tr '[:upper:]' '[:lower:]'`; done"
alias movcap="xvidcap --gui no --compress 2 --file movie.mpg --frames 0 --fps 10 --cap_geometry 800x600+0+0"
alias getpics="mount /mnt/camera && mv /mnt/camera/dcim/100olymp/* /home/allucid/media/pics/camdump/ && umount /mnt/camera && cd /home/allucid/media/pics/camdump/ && fixperm"
alias useinfo="cat /usr/portage/profiles/use*desc | grep -i" # can also use einfo -i if you have gentoolkit installed
alias strip="sed -e 's/#.*//;/^\s*$/d' '$@'"
alias deps="qpkg -I -q" # never remember the options for qpkg...

######################
## Completion stuff ##
######################

## Fancypants completion ##
autoload -U compinit
compinit

# completion for "man" by Gossamer <gossamer@tertius.net.au> 980827
# This is damn funky. I'm going to do something similar for pinfo,
# hopefully.
compctl -f -x 'S[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9]' -k '(1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9)' \
  - 'R[[1-9nlo]|[1-9](|[a-z]),^*]' -K 'match-man' \
  - 's[-M],c[-1,-M]' -g '*(-/)' \
  - 's[-P],c[-1,-P]' -c \
  - 's[-S],s[-1,-S]' -k '( )' \
  - 's[-]' -k '(a d f h k t M P)' \
  - 'p[1,-1]' -c + -K 'match-man' \
  -- man

# Completition
compctl -b bindkey
compctl -v export
compctl -o setopt
compctl -v unset
compctl -o unsetopt
compctl -v vared
compctl -c which
compctl -c sudo


## Prevent CVS files/directories from being completed
zstyle ':completion:*:(all-|)files' ignored-patterns '(|*/)CVS'
zstyle ':completion:*:cd:*' ignored-patterns '(*/)#CVS'

######################
## Custom Functions ##
######################

## copy/paste from X clipboard function ##
copy-to-clipboard ()
{
  if [ -n "$LBUFFER$RBUFFER" ]; then
    echo $LBUFFER$RBUFFER | xclip -i
  fi
}

paste-from-clipboard ()
{
  CLIPOUT=`xclip -o`
  BUFFER=$LBUFFER$CLIPOUT$RBUFFER
}

zle -N paste-from-clipboard paste-from-clipboard
zle -N copy-to-clipboard copy-to-clipboard
#bindkey "^V" paste-from-clipboard (use shift-insert instead)
bindkey "^X" copy-to-clipboard

## use colordiff for cvs ##
function cvsdiff () { cvs diff $@ | colordiff | less -R; }

## merge pdf files ##
joinpdf () {
    gs -q -dNOPAUSE -dBATCH -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -sOutputFile=merged.pdf "$@"
}

## open vim on regular file, sudo console emacs on a root file ##
vim () {
        LIMIT=$#
        for ((i = 1; i <= $LIMIT; i++ )) do
                eval file="\$$i"
                if [[ -e $file && ! -O $file ]]
                then
                        otherfile=1
                else

                fi
        done
        if [[ $otherfile = 1 ]]
        then
                sudo vim "$@"
        else
                command vim "$@"
        fi
}

########################
## Everything else... ##
########################

## warn before clobbering a file with > ##
set -o noclobber

## history settings ##
HISTFILE=~/.history_zsh
HISTSIZE=3000
SAVEHIST=3000

# set options
setopt nobeep              # i hate beeps
setopt noautomenu          # don't cycle completions
setopt autocd              # change to dirs without cd
setopt autopushd           # automatically append dirs to the push/pop list
setopt pushdignoredups     # and don't duplicate them
setopt cdablevars          # avoid the need for an explicit $
setopt checkjobs           # warn me about bg processes when exiting
setopt nohup               # and don't kill them, either
setopt listpacked          # compact completion lists
setopt listtypes           # show types in completion
setopt completeinword      # not just at the end
setopt alwaystoend         # when complete from middle, move cursor
setopt correct             # spelling correction
setopt nopromptcr          # don't add \r which overwrites cmd output with no \n
setopt histverify          # when using ! cmds, confirm first
setopt interactivecomments # escape commands so i can use them later
#setopt recexact            # recognise exact, ambiguous matches
#setopt printexitvalue      # alert me if something's failed
setopt glob                # globbing support
setopt extendedglob        # blah blah
setopt nonomatch           # pass through any unrecognized patterns to the command

## set home, end, and delete (these may differ depeding on your system) ##
bindkey "\e[2~" transpose-words
bindkey "\e[3~" delete-char
case $HOSTNAME in (blackmamba)
bindkey "\e[7~" beginning-of-line
bindkey "\e[8~" end-of-line
esac
case $HOSTNAME in (copperhead)
bindkey "\e[1~" beginning-of-line
bindkey "\e[4~" end-of-line
esac

## the end ##


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2005 5:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I copied those settings, but nothing's changing - only the username and folder are colored, the different files aren't :( Why?
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2005 6:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

cool thread idea. :D i was just getting the urge to reconfigure my term.

i just found the answer to one question that has always driven me absolutely nuts and thought i'd post it here. that question is:

what the hell does 'xgetdefault' do?

Quote:
--enable-xgetdefault
make resources checking via XGetDefault() instead of our small
version which only checks ~/.Xdefaults, or if that doesn't exist
then ~/.Xresources.


http://cvs.schmorp.de/browse/rxvt-unicode/README.configure?rev=1.22

come to think of it, i still have no idea what it does...
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2005 6:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

which terms does at leasst psuedo transparency other than xterm, eterm, and aterm?
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2005 7:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

myles wrote:
which terms does at leasst psuedo transparency other than xterm, eterm, and aterm?
xterm doesn't do psuedo transparency. urxvt and gnome-terminal can.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2005 10:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

this guy definitely wins for best console (http://xemoka.ath.cx/images/shot.jpg)...
anyone know what font he's using... i need it! :D
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2005 10:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

vivisected wrote:
this guy definitely wins for best console (http://xemoka.ath.cx/images/shot.jpg)...
anyone know what font he's using... i need it! :D


Code:
emerge media-fonts/terminus-font 

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2005 1:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

maybe the moderator can move this thread to OTW.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2005 2:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jeez, this is a thead I love !
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 05, 2005 5:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

bumper to the bump
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 06, 2005 3:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

bump
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 06, 2005 10:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So why are you *BUMP*ing this thread? 8)
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 06, 2005 10:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I guess you'll get more answeres if you ask people in the screenshot thread to supply you with their terminal configs.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 10, 2005 9:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm quite happy with my setup. Just tweaked the bold-ness and colors this morning :).
http://members.shaw.ca/madbiker/mrxvt.png

~/,mrxvtrc
Code:
mrxvt*boldColors:               false
mrxvt*xftWeight:                light
mrxvt*veryBoldFont:             false
mrxvt*xftSlowOutput:            true
mrxvt*boldMode:                 false
mrxvt*scrollTtyOutputInhibit:   false
mrxvt*scrollWithBuffer:         true
mrxvt*jumpScroll:               true
mrxvt*multiScroll:              true
mrxvt*vt0*saveLines:            10000
mrxvt*initTermNumber:           1
mrxvt*protectSecondary:         true
mrxvt*loginShell:               true
mrxvt*scrollBar:                false
mrxvt*transparent:              false
mrxvt*transparentScrollbar:     true
mrxvt*transparentTabbar:        false
mrxvt*transparentMenubar:        true
mrxvt*tabPixmap:                false
mrxvt*syncTabTitle:             true
mrxvt*bottomTabbar:             true
mrxvt*windowsSwitch:            false
mrxvt*showMenu:                 false
mrxvt*hideButtons:              true
mrxvt*xft:                      true
mrxvt*xftFont:                  Andale Mono
mrxvt*xftmFont:                 Andale Mono
!mrxvt*xftFont:                         Bitsream Vera Sans
!mrxvt*xftmFont:                Bitstream Vera Sans
mrxvt*xftAntialias:             true
mrxvt*xftHinting:               true
mrxvt*xftAutoHint:              true
mrxvt*xftGlobalAdvance:         true
mrxvt*xftWidth:                 normal
mrxvt*xftRGBA:                  rgb
mrxvt*xftSize:                  11
mrxvt*geometry:                 120x30
!mrxvt*multichar_encoding:      noenc
!mrxvt*inputMethod:             SCIM
mrxvt*cursorBlink:              true
mrxvt*foreground:               black
mrxvt*background:               white
mrxvt*tabForeground:            black
mrxvt*tabBackground:            white
mrxvt*itabForeground:           gray
mrxvt*itabBackground:           white
mrxvt*color0:                   #000000
mrxvt*color1:                   #a33636
mrxvt*color2:                   #558634
mrxvt*color3:                   #968724
mrxvt*color4:                   #2a2a71
mrxvt*color5:                   #962449
mrxvt*color6:                   #248175
mrxvt*color7:                   #6b6b6b
mrxvt*color8:                   #4a4a4a
mrxvt*color9:                   #a33636
mrxvt*color10:                  #83ba30
mrxvt*color11:                  #ccc029
mrxvt*color12:                  #1974be
mrxvt*color13:                  #cf48a0
mrxvt*color14:                  #239494
mrxvt*color15:                  #ffffff
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 16, 2005 7:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hmm, i would like to change some things in .Xdefaults so that i can use irssi in xterm, but I cant find any .Xdefaults...
Do i have to create one on my own or how does it work? A little guide would be great. I cant write åäö in my aterm, and therefor i have to change terminal... :S
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