Re: Color Spills Over From SSH Session

2011-07-09 Thread Joshua Isom
On 7/8/2011 11:07 PM, David Krauser wrote: Hello everybody, I've tried to setup a kind of 'dedicated ssh client' using FreeBSD, and I'm having some issues with the terminal colors. I have a basic install of FreeBSD 8.2-RELEASE (I only had kernel-dev packages checked at installation) and I

Re: Color Spills Over From SSH Session

2011-07-09 Thread David Krauser
I echoed $TERM on both boxes, and they are both cons25. I figured out, though, that I'm only seeing the color spillover issue when I run GNU Screen on the remote box (which is OpenBSD). GNU Screen is not installed on the FreeBSD box. How can I get screen's colors to work in my FreeBSD ssh

Re: Color Spills Over From SSH Session

2011-07-09 Thread David Krauser
Figured it out. I just needed screen installed on the FreeBSD box. Thanks for all your help! On Sat, 9 Jul 2011, Joshua Isom wrote: On 7/8/2011 11:07 PM, David Krauser wrote: Hello everybody, I've tried to setup a kind of 'dedicated ssh client' using FreeBSD, and I'm having some issues

Re: Color Spills Over From SSH Session

2011-07-09 Thread Joshua Isom
Screen uses it's own $TERM, screen, so you'll have to make sure it's correct. If you're not committed to GNU screen, you could try tmux which is part of OpenBSD, and ported to FreeBSD. If you use tmux, you'll have to make sure the $TERM inside the screen session is 'screen' and not something

Color Spills Over From SSH Session

2011-07-08 Thread David Krauser
Hello everybody, I've tried to setup a kind of 'dedicated ssh client' using FreeBSD, and I'm having some issues with the terminal colors. I have a basic install of FreeBSD 8.2-RELEASE (I only had kernel-dev packages checked at installation) and I rebuilt the GENERIC kernel with the VESA