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Komenda/polecenie: Jak użyć setterm

Uruchomienie, wykonanie: setterm [options]

Jak działa, co robi: Set terminal attributes by writing a character string to standard output to invoke the specified attributes

Dostępne opcje, wywołanie:

For Boolean options, the default value is on. Where 8-color is specified, the possible colors are black, red, green, yellow, blue, magenta, cyan, and white. Where 16-color is specified, the possible colors include the 8-color colors, plus grey, bright red, bright green, bright yellow, bright blue, bright magenta, bright cyan, and bright white.

-appcursorkeys [on|off]

Set cursor key application mode on or off. Virtual consoles only. Can cause problems with vi.

-append [num]

Write a snapshot of virtual console num to the file specified with the -file option, appending the snapshot to any existing contents. With no argument, write a snapshot of the current virtual terminal.

-background 8-color|default

Set background color. Virtual consoles only.

-bfreq [freq]

Set the bell frequency in Hz (default 0).

-blank [min]

Set the delay before the screen blanks to the specified number of minutes. Virtual consoles only.

-blength [millisec]

Set the bell duration in milliseconds (default 0).

-blink [on|off]

Turn blinking mode on or off. If the terminal is not a virtual console, -blink off also turns off bold, half-bright, and reverse modes.

-bold [on|off]

Turn bold on or off. If the terminal is not a virtual console, -bold off also turns off blink, half-bright, and reverse modes.

-clear [all]

Clear the screen.

-clear rest

Clear from the current cursor position to the end of the screen.

-clrtabs [tab1...tabn]

With no arguments, clear all tab stops. Otherwise, clear the specified tab stops. Virtual consoles only.

-cursor [on|off]

Turn the cursor on or off.

-default

Set rendering options to defaults.

-dump [num]

Write a snapshot of virtual console num to the file specified with the -file option, overwriting any existing contents. With no argument, dump the current virtual console. Overrides -append.

-file file

Write output from the -dump or -append option to the specified file. If no filename is specified, write to the file screen.dump in the current directory.

-foreground 8-color|default

Set foreground color. Virtual consoles only.

-half-bright [on|off]

Turn half-bright (dim) mode on or off. If the terminal is not a virtual console, -half-bright off also turns off bold, blink, and reverse modes.

-hbcolor 16-color

Set color for half-bright characters. Virtual consoles only.

-initialize

Display the terminal initialization string to reset the rendering options and other attributes to their defaults.

-inversescreen [on|off]

Invert the screen colors, swapping foreground and background, and underline and half-bright. Virtual consoles only.

-linewrap [on|off]

Turn line-wrapping on or off. Virtual consoles only.

-msg [on|off]

Enable or disable the sending of kernel printk( ) messages to the console. Virtual consoles only.

-msglevel [num]

Set the console logging level for kernel printk( ) messages. The value of num can be in the range 0-8. Messages more important than the specified number are printed, with 8 printing all kernel messages, and 0 equivalent to -msg on. Virtual consoles only.

-powerdown [min]

Set the VESA powerdown interval to the specified number of minutes, from 0-60. If no value is specified for min, defaults to 0, disabling powerdown.

-powersave [mode]

Put the monitor in the specified VESA powersave mode. Specifying no mode is equivalent to off. The possible values of mode are:

on, vsync

vsynch suspend mode.

hsync

hsync suspend mode.

powerdown

Powerdown mode.

off

Turn off VESA powersaving features.

-regtabs [num]

Clear all existing tab stops and set a regular tab stop pattern at every num number (default is 8). num is a number in the range 1-160. Virtual consoles only.

-repeat [on|off]

Turn keyboard repeat on or off. Virtual consoles only.

-reset

Display the terminal reset string to reset the terminal to its power-on state.

-reverse [on|off]

Turns reverse-video mode on or off. If the terminal is not a virtual console, -reverse off also turns off bold, half-bright, and blink modes.

-store

Store the current rendering options as the defaults. Virtual consoles only.

-tabs [tab1...tabn]

Set tab stops at the specified cursor positions, which can range from 1 to 160. Virtual consoles only.

-term term

Replace the value of the TERM environment variable with term.

-ulcolor 16-color

Set color for underlining. Virtual consoles only.

-underline [on|off]

Turn underlining on or off.

Użycie SETTERM zastosowanie komendy na linii poleceńw Słownik S .