I noticed that when I su to root, I lose all my colors in gnome terminal. I was wondering if there is a way to enable this as root and not have everything show up as white as it can be confusing not knowing if it's a file or directory. The colors just help me I guess.
I edited my /root/bashrc to look like so and everything is still white. What am I missing?
My bash.rc file:
I've read somewhere of a file tweak to allow that, but I can't find it at the moment.
An alternate which is used when root wants to use a graphical app is to give this command as user, before the su to root:
Since colors are graphical display, that may work for terminal colors as well.
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