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I've been doing alot of my work in cli lately, with madplay, vim, latex, and elinks. This pretty much gets rid of 90% of my distractions, but lets me work ...
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    Any way to change cli font and background color?


    I've been doing alot of my work in cli lately, with madplay, vim, latex, and elinks. This pretty much gets rid of 90% of my distractions, but lets me work with a little music and browsing for a break. I've gotten pretty tired of the cli font and background black color...does anyone know a way to change the defaults?

    Thanks for your time in reading this,

    John
    Operating System: GNU Emacs

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    You want to look into framebuffers for the back ground.
    And see this thread

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    The links from that thread do nicely, thanks Andrew
    Operating System: GNU Emacs

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