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13-Jul-2012, 05:57 PM #1
Change text color in Linux?
Does anyone know how to change change the terminal text color to be context sensitive? Text for a command would be a different color than a variable or a file name, etc. Something similar to the syn on command in vi or vim, as in this video:

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