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== Setting Up Putty ==
 
== Setting Up Putty ==
  
 
Settings -> Connection -> Data : Terminal-type string = xterm-256color
 
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See [http://www.robmeerman.co.uk/unix/256colours 256colours] for more info on setting up 256 colour mode for Putty.
 
See [http://www.robmeerman.co.uk/unix/256colours 256colours] for more info on setting up 256 colour mode for Putty.
To test colors in a linux console, do: [http://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/view/5879/show-numerical-values-for-each-of-the-256-colors-in-bash reference]
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To test colors in a linux console, execute the following in a terminal: [http://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/view/5879/show-numerical-values-for-each-of-the-256-colors-in-bash reference]
 
  for code in {0..255}; do echo -e "\e[38;05;${code}m $code: Test"; done
 
  for code in {0..255}; do echo -e "\e[38;05;${code}m $code: Test"; done

Revision as of 03:56, 3 December 2012

Setting Up Putty

Settings -> Connection -> Data : Terminal-type string = xterm-256color

See 256colours for more info on setting up 256 colour mode for Putty.

To test colors in a linux console, execute the following in a terminal: reference

for code in {0..255}; do echo -e "\e[38;05;${code}m $code: Test"; done