[dpdk-dev] [PKTGEN] additional terminal IO question

Arnon Warshavsky arnon at qwilt.com
Thu Jan 21 16:04:30 CET 2016

On my end I'm ending with black on black with Konsole 2.3.3 on Centos 6.5
starting as green on black.

On Thu, Jan 21, 2016 at 4:55 PM, Wiles, Keith <keith.wiles at intel.com> wrote:

> On 1/20/16, 11:53 PM, "dev on behalf of Matthew Hall" <
> dev-bounces at dpdk.org on behalf of mhall at mhcomputing.net> wrote:
> >If I try using pktgen theme mode (-T) or unmodified, without commenting
> >out some of the stuff I mentioned I disabled for debugging in the
> >previous thread, it seems like it sets the pktgen prompt to be invisible
> >(black text on black??? or I'm not sure just want) on my TTY which has a
> >black background.
> I am not sure what you changed for debugging, but on my Ubuntu 15.10 using
> MATE Terminal 1.10.1 with a black background and white text the cursor
> remains as white after I quit Pktgen. If you have a crash for some reason
> the cmdline code leaves the TTY in a raw mode no echo, which is just like
> no cursor. I have to also do ’stty sane’ to get echo/cursor back on. Is
> this what is happing to you?
> I created a white-black.theme I was using and did not try to make it
> pretty as I use a black on light yellow background. Here is the theme.
> theme default white none off
> theme top.spinner cyan none bold
> theme top.ports green none bold
> theme top.page white none off
> theme top.copyright yellow none off
> theme top.poweredby blue none bold
> theme sep.dash blue none off
> theme sep.text white none off
> theme stats.port.label blue none bold
> theme stats.port.flags blue none bold
> theme stats.port.status green none bold
> theme stats.dyn.label yellow none off
> theme stats.dyn.values yellow none off
> theme stats.stat.label magenta none off
> theme stats.stat.values white none off
> theme stats.total.label red none bold
> theme stats.colon blue none bold
> theme pktgen.prompt green none off
> cls
> Please give more details next time to help me understand the problem like
> OS type, terminal type used, versions, …
> Thanks
> ++Keith
> >
> >If you quit the app it does not reset the colors so my shell is also
> >invisible, until I blindly run the reset command.
> >
> >Did anybody else try it on a black background? Did anybody else see
> >these issues with it as well?
> >
> >Matthew.
> >
> Regards,
> Keith


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