Originally Posted by muhammad ejaz
hi any one can tell me that how i can change the color of directory in linux operating system by using c command in command line inter face
You will have to provide a lot more information in order to get a sensible answer.
Let's start from the end:
"command line inter face": What command line interface, I assume you mean a terminal window. If this is the case, which shell are you using (sh, bash, csh, ksh, zsh etc...). How to configure each shell is different.
"by using c command": Sorry but I do not know the "c" command. Do you mean a C program which can run in a terminal?
"linux operating system": Popular misconception by Windows users. Linux is the name of the kernel, distributions pack the kernel and application programs in a convenient package for easy installation by users. In order to respond to questions of a new Linux entrant, the name of the distribution is of importance.
"the color of directory": what do you actually mean, do you want to change the foreground/background colour of the text of a directory listing, Do you want to change the foreground/background colour of the directory entries in a listing. Are you looking for a CLI command to change the colour of say a Nautilus window
So to roughly translate your query into "Windows" your question becomes:
hi any one can tell me that how i can change the color of directory in KERNEL.EXE operating system by using foo command in a window.