This is really a general linux question and not specific to gumstix.

By default, ls does not show colored output. You can use "ls --color=auto" to get blue coloring for folders and whatnot. Generally this is setup as an 'alias' in your shell so that you don't have to add the --color=auto each time. How to set that up depends on your shell, but for ubuntu chances are you'll find aliases setup in ~/.bashrc

If this isn't clear just do some google searches for colored output for ls... I'm pretty sure you'll find what you're looking for.

Chris

On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 3:23 PM, Gutembert nganpet <nganpet2007@gmail.com> wrote:
Good day everyone,

I don't know what happened in my Ubuntu 11.10, when I "ls",  all folders and files are displayed in white color instead of blue for folders as usual!

Did I do something wrong? what can I do in order to have the appropriate color for folders and files as usual?

Any suggestion is welcome,
Gutembert.

 

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