Sorted the colour issue, on Solaris set TERM to dtterm, using Gnome
terminal. And if you want colours using ls the Sun version won't do,
you'll need to compile coreutils from GNU, they should be located in
/usr/local by default, then alias ls to /usr/local/bin/ls --color=always
Works a treat.
Pedro Jurado Maqueda wrote:
> Unfortunately, KDE for Solaris is not well supported. There is a KDE 4
> version for Solaris
>http://mail.opensolaris.org/pipermail/kde-discuss/2008-April/000948.html,> but in Konsole you can't use Ctrl+C so is pretty useless for James and me.
>> I'm really looking forward to use KDE in my box, but for now, for me and my
> fellow workmate, we need to stick to Gtk base desktop, so those are their
>> 2008/5/29 Kae Verens <kae at verens.com>:
Solaris PIT Group
Sun Microsystems Ireland.
Email: james.mccarthy at sun.com
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