I am in redhat .... I guess 9.x ?! For some reason, the setting makes different kinds of files having different colors. The *.tex file is yellow .... so light that I can barely see it ! How do I change the colors of those files (I mean the file name when we do "ls") ..... I hope I asked the questions in the right category ..... Thanks very much !!!
The LS_COLORS environment variable is generated from the DIR_COLORS file. If I change that file and login again (or reload the /etc/profile), the changes in the DIR_COLORS file are present in the LS_COLORS
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