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  • Blue: Directory
  • Green: Executable or recognized data file
  • Sky Blue: Linked file
  • Yellow with black background: Device
  • Pink: Graphic image file
  • Red: Archive file

For your Information:

  • To turn the color off, you have to comment out the following lines in .bashrc.
    # enable color support of ls and also add handy aliases
  • #if [ -x /usr/bin/dircolors ]; then
  • #    test -r ~/.dircolors && eval “$(dircolors -b ~/.dircolors)” || eval “$(dircolors -b)”
  • #    alias ls=’ls –color=auto’
  • #    #alias dir=’dir –color=auto’
  • #    #alias vdir=’vdir –color=auto’
  • #
  • #    alias grep=’grep –color=auto’
  • #    alias fgrep=’fgrep –color=auto’
  • #    alias egrep=’egrep –color=auto’
  • #fi

 

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  • Also if you want to see your own bash color meanings,then copy/paste the following codes in your terminal.
    eval $(echo “no:global default;fi:normal file;di:directory;ln:symbolic link;pi:named pipe;so:socket;do:door;bd:block device;cd:character device;or:orphan symlink;mi:missing file;su:set uid;sg:set gid;tw:sticky other writable;ow:other writable;st:sticky;ex:executable;”|sed -e ‘s/:/=”/g; s/\;/”\n/g’)           
  • {      
  •   IFS=:     
  •   for i in $LS_COLORS     
  •   do        
  •     echo -e “\e[${i#*=}m$( x=${i%=*}; [ “${!x}” ] && echo “${!x}” || echo “$x” )\e[m”
  •   done       
  • }
    Output:

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