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Using GNU Screen with 256 colors
I recenetly installed GNU screen on a machine I ssh into. How do I get GNU screen to use 256 colors? So far, I've tried adding the following to my .screenrc: term screen-256color and attrcolor b ...
Dec 12 '11 at 15:34
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