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set term=beos-ansi

I have no idea why something for Be OS should work best for Solaris, but I'm not aguing with success.

I altered my .tcshrc file to include this section:

setenv HOSTV `uname -s` if ("$HOSTV" =~ "SunOS") then echo HOSTV $HOSTV set term=beos-ansi if ( -f /usr/local/bin/gnu_ls) then alias ls '/usr/local/bin/gnu_ls --color' endif endif
This way, the new settings should only affect Solaris machines, but I won't have to maintain more than one .tcshrc file.

gnu_ls, btw, allows you to mimic Linux' 'ls --color' under Solaris.

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