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i have set the colors to my console and i wish to save them. i have typed "setterm -store /i forget the directory" anyone know?...
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    saving setterm settings?


    i have set the colors to my console and i wish to save them.
    i have typed "setterm -store /i forget the directory"

    anyone know?

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    Well, this seems te be a rather old topic, but i still hope that someone can answer the question, couse i have the same problem. I can ofcource make a startupscript with my settings, but i think there must be an other way. Can someone tell me where the terminal gets its default settings from?
    The -store option seems to be meant for saving my settings, but i don't understand how to use it. (and yes, i did read the manpage, but still i don't get it.) Just entering setterm -store doesn't make my machine remember the settings after a reboot. What do i do wrong?

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