Few simple questions..
Svein Halvor Halvorsen
svein-freebsd-questions at theloosingend.net
Sun Aug 21 14:51:47 GMT 2005
* Eric Murphy [2005-08-21 01:50 -0500]
> Hey guys I use gnuls for colorizing my outputs such as ls..ect.. its
> really just an alias.
> So if it doesnt read /etc how can I set global colors (for all users)
> for a interactive shell that isnt a login shell? Without creating
> ~/.bashrc's in each home directory.
While this is not what you're asking, I would advise you to set the
CLICOLOR environment variable to YES. This makes bsd-ls output in color.
To use bsd-ls on a bsd-system make alot more sense than to use gnu-ls,
since gnu-ls doesn't know about certain things about the UFS filesystem.
Ie. it won't recognize the -o option.
I set these eniromnet variable in login.conf:
The first make bsd-ls output in colors, and the other makes bsd-ls output
about the same colors that gnu-ls does.
> Im useing the emu10k1 driver and have sound comming out of all my
> speakers (includeing the sub) is there a way to adjust each channel?
> Maybe some sort of advanced mixer??
mixer(8) will do that.
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