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Changing shell colors: “dircolors -b command not found”

(Preface: I'm brand new to Linux.) Problem I'm trying to change to colors of the file system in the bash shell. I've altered my .bashrc file according to: ...
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dircolors/ls not being displayed correctly under NTFS drive

I've been messing around with the colours of the files under the .dircolor file, and it worked perfectly under the Linux folders. But whenever I try to ls to a NTFS folder all files are displayed ...
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Changing colors for user, host, directory information in terminal command prompt

Is it possible to change the colors in the command prompt for the user@computer, as well as the the current directory and command parts of the prompt display? I've already seen something like this ...