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Re: impossible to leave a shell frame with C-o

From: paragoge
Subject: Re: impossible to leave a shell frame with C-o
Date: Sun, 13 Feb 2011 08:28:35 -0800 (PST)

Peter Dyballa wrote:
> Am 13.02.2011 um 15:44 schrieb paragoge:
>>> The "^[[01;34m" texts are ANSI Escape Sequences to colourise the
>>> output of (g)ls. You can switch that off.
>> Can you please say me how?
> See "man (g)ls" or in GNU Emacs: M-x manual-entry RET (g)ls RET –  
> where "(g)ls" stands for "either gls or ls, on eof the two will work".  
> You do know your UNIX system?
No, I dont.
The man for ls says : with --color[WHEN] (WHEN may be 'never', 'always' or
'auto'. Is that the adequate entry for switching off the colorize?
I have a little experimented...for example with ls -d and I have got
:^[[0m.^[[0m ??!!

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