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Old 6th May 2010
stobbard stobbard is offline
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Default Terminal background goes red


I'm having my first experiences with a BSD and something is puzzeling me:
Using OpenBSD 4.6 in virtualbox for the time being, if I switch terminals a couple of times, the entire background of all terminals changes color from black to red.
Is this some sort of error sign? What does it mean?
I can't for the life of me find the meaning of this. Googling only results in guides on how to change prompt colors...

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