mc - B/W in su - environment using gnome-terminal - Error mesage
fct-cornette at sbcglobal.net
Tue Jul 27 01:41:30 UTC 2004
I noticed that running mc in a root terminal su- not su without the -
causes mc to be displayed in b/w. I don't see this behavior in a regular
Running mc in a normal screen shell is displayed in color.
I believe mutt and other programs do the same thing.
running setup displays in color.
Is anyone else seeing something like this?
I guess no one is having the b/w problem with mc and mutt through
gnome-terminal after su - to root then starting mc.
Additionally, I get this output within the gnome-terminal.
subshell.c: couldn't open master side of pty
pty_open_master: No such file or directory
Oh well! Is this a bug more apt to be related to mc and mutt,
gnome-terminal or some type of lone configuration on my end. I did not
puroposefully change any of the default configuration files.
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