From: Chris Algar <chrisalgar@ya...> - 2001-09-25 17:13:47
Hi, first post, first use, so be nice.
I've read what I can find and it doesn't solve my
prob, so here goes.
Installed source for E 0.16.5 with freetype 1.3.1,
fnlib 0.5 and imlib 1.9.8 on solaris 2.6
compile ran fine, used defaults.
and PATH includes /usr/local/enlightenment/bin
removed start up script for dt, log in at command
start openwin and get shodowy screen with a large
white sqare (like having stop A), scrolls errors, many
of which are /covert: No such file or directory
also /anytopnm: No such file or directory
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From: Andrew Shugg <andrew@sh...> - 2001-09-26 19:48:00
Quoth Chris Algar:
> Hi, first post, first use, so be nice.
> I've read what I can find and it doesn't solve my
> prob, so here goes.
> Installed source for E 0.16.5 with freetype 1.3.1,
> fnlib 0.5 and imlib 1.9.8 on solaris 2.6
Have you read the E+Solaris how-to on http://www.cuddletech.com? I haven't
heard of the situation you're describing so maybe you can check to see
if you've done anything weird. =)
Andrew Shugg <andrew@...> http://shugg.net/
"I don't want to go to heaven with a headache, I'd be all cross and wouldn't
enjoy it!" (Arthur Dent, HHGTTG. RIP Douglas Adams.)
How can I make the high intensity ansi colors (8-15) be bolded in eterm.
Gnome-ternminal does this if you switch to the rxvt color theme, as
opposed to the linux console theme. I am trying to do the same in
eterm. When I run Etcolors on gnome-terminal with the rxvt theme, I see
0-7 normal colors and 8-15 the same colors just bolded and brighter.
When I run Etcolors from eterm the two sets of colors 0-7 & 8-15 are the
same. How can I make eterm display the bold version of colors 8-15?
Here is the relevant section of my eterm theme config file.
# Redefine the 16 basic colors, if you really feel the need
# First word is "color", next is the number (0-15, BD, or UL),
# then the values for red, green, and blue separated by spaces
# Numbers are base 10 unless preceded by "0x" (base 16) or '0'
# (base 8). Alternatively, you can use color names or #xxxxxx
color 0 Black
color 1 Red3
color 2 Green3
color 3 Yellow3
color 4 Blue3
color 5 Magenta3
color 6 Cyan3
color 7 AntiqueWhite
color 8 Grey25
color 9 Red
color 10 Green
color 11 Yellow
color 12 Blue
color 13 Magenta
color 14 Cyan
color 15 White
#color bd 0xbebe 0xbebe 0xbebe
color ul 0 0 0