- I've added
set -g default-terminal "xterm-256color"in the following places:
- I've made sure that I'm calling
byobufrom a terminal (SSH) with its
I've also tried setting
BYOBU_TERM manually before invoking
byobu, but it gets overridden anyway and I can't understand their weird logic to determine whether or not they should support color.
No matter what I try, the terminal is either
screen (when byobu is started as a daemon by cron), or
tmux when started manually. I know how to fix the cron issue, but ONLY if I can make
byobu work with a real terminal first.
My root problem is trying to make italic text work within byobu, because right now it just highlights text (inverts the color). Obviously a step towards that is making it properly return
xterm-256color as the terminal, but I can't figure out how to do that because no matter how many files I paste
set -g default-terminal "xterm-256color" into, nothing seems to work.
byobu版本5.125 tmux 2.6 Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS
Note: This question is not a duplicate of Getting 256 colors to work with byobu. This is a related, but obviously not equivalent problem, since those answers did not work...