Setting colors from the command line
You can specify colors for different elements of a client's
display on the command line.
If you specify a color resource from the command line, however,
the color is only set for the current client session.
Subsequent sessions return to the default color specification
for the client.
If you are using scosession and you end your
Graphical Environment session with a client that was run from the command
line still open on the display, the client is restored
when you resume your session. Any command line
options that were used to define the client are also
restored. In this way, command line options can define
client behavior on a more permanent basis.
To set different color characteristics for a client from
the command line, open a scoterm window and use
one of the following command line options:
The -xrm option
Step 4: Starting a Graphical Environment session
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003