I have set up my system (Ubuntu 14.10) for a text boot up. I need to configure my ttys and boot in such a way that it shows green font for boot messages and ttys.Right now, after the grub menu(which comes in green font) loads, the messages show up all in white color and for ttys it shows up like this(all in white) after boot up :
Ubuntu 14.10 UTM tty1
UTM login :
I want to make it green in color.
What I have tried:
setterm -foreground green -storein
bashrcchanges up the color to green but only after when I try to re-login (logging in and then logging out of tty).
- I looked up various links and found that I should modify my
/etc/inittabfile but as ubuntu 14.10 doesn't have a
inittabfile I don't know which file I should edit/create for this task.
- Changed the
/etc/default/grubbut it only changes the grub font color to green but after it loads the booting starts and all messages come up white in color.
So, my question is , Which file should I edit/create for tty's font color and how ? And also for boot text color?