- You've downloaded a colorscheme called 'freya' so, if you wanted that colorscheme, you need to add:
- If the .vimrc doesn't exist in a user directory, you can create it and add whatever customization you want, although is not necessary since /etc/vimrc will be used as wide-system configuration file, although sometimes the file used as wide-system configuration is at /usr/share/vim/vimX/vimrc where X is vim's version.
- If you download any colorscheme, you need to put it in your current/active color path, as you said, your color path is:
So, any color scheme goes in that directory, not in vim70 unless you're actually using version 7.0 of vim.
Move the freya.vim to /usr/share/vim/vim63/colors and add the line:
If still doesn't work, you can create the .vimrc in the user directory with the same line, just remember to check the ownership of the new .vimrc created (if it's not created by the user himself)