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this is a known problem and we have 23 discussions around at the forum
I’ve got basically the same issue as OP but when I run
pacman-key --verify antergos-keyring-20170524-1-any.pkg.tar.xz.sigI get the error:
==> Checking antergos-keyring-20170524-1-any.pkg.tar.xz.sig... gpg: can't open 'antergos-keyring-20170524-1-any.pkg.tar.xz.sig': No such file or directory gpg: verify signatures failed: No such file or directory ==> ERROR: The signature identified by antergos-keyring-20170524-1-any.pkg.tar.xz.sig could not be verified.
@mutze Oh damn, I feel so silly now. For some reason I was under the impression that the rxvt-unicode from pacman now supported 256 via Xresources and that the aur package was deprecated. However I was wrong. Installing that via yaourt solved my issue. Thanks.
I know this question has been asked and answered many times on many forums, but I’ve tried multiple solutions and can’t seem to get my colours working properly in my vim via urxvt.
The urxt I am using was installed with pacman. Specifically, it is
communityand it is my understanding that this version should support 256color.
!--- URXVT ---! URxvt.font: xft:Inconsolata:size=12:antialias=true:hinting=true URxvt.boldFont: xft:Inconsolata:size=12:antialias=true:hinting=true URxvt.transparent: false URxvt.depth: 32 !fonts spacing !URxvt.letterSpace: -6 URxvt.scrollBar: false ! Add inner padding URxvt.internalBorder: 10 URxvt*termName:rxvt-unicode-256color !--- COLOURS ---! ! Base16 Flat ! Scheme: Chris Kempson (http://chriskempson.com) #define base00 #2C3E50 #define base01 #34495E #define base02 #7F8C8D #define base03 #95A5A6 #define base04 #BDC3C7 #define base05 #e0e0e0 #define base06 #f5f5f5 #define base07 #ECF0F1 #define base08 #E74C3C #define base09 #E67E22 #define base0A #F1C40F #define base0B #2ECC71 #define base0C #1ABC9C #define base0D #3498DB #define base0E #9B59B6 #define base0F #be643c *.foreground: base05 #ifdef background_opacity *.background: [background_opacity]base00 #else *.background: base00 #endif *.cursorColor: base05 *.color0: base00 *.color1: base08 *.color2: base0B *.color3: base0A *.color4: base0D *.color5: base0E *.color6: base0C *.color7: base05 *.color8: base03 *.color9: base08 *.color10: base0B *.color11: base0A *.color12: base0D *.color13: base0E *.color14: base0C *.color15: base07 ! Note: colors beyond 15 might not be loaded (e.g., xterm, urxvt), ! use 'shell' template to set these if necessary *.color16: base09 *.color17: base0F *.color18: base01 *.color19: base02 *.color20: base04 *.color21: base06
Let me know if I missed any details.
Thanks in advance!
Give me the output of this two commands plz.:
cat /etc/locale.conf cat /etc/vconsole.conf
I ran localectl set-x11-keymap us-utf-8 but this may be the wrong input IMO.
System Locale: LANG=en_US.UTF-8 VC Keymap: n/a X11 Layout: us-utf-8
The issue was fixed by:
localectl set-x11-keymap us