I wouldn’t think so - I am coming in from the Hyper-V Console - like I was sitting in front of the Physical Machine - but it’s the same through SSH or puTTY (which really is just SSH) - none of the nice Context-Sensitive Coloring of the Asterisk console output.
It’s weird since a machine upgraded the same way (although with an earlier script that broke things that the current script did not) is still giving me the color - I will keep playing with it - it doesn’t affect the function, I am just used to seeing the color and it does make finding things faster.
Here they all are - I see nothing in them that is different from the machine that is working - and Like I said, I am getting color when I log in - just not in Asterisk. I am using images so it doesn’t change the formatting.
I can confirm I am also seeing this on a fresh SNG7/FPBX 14 install. I also miss the color quite a bit. Interesting though, while the color does not show on the asterisk CLI, it does show when I review the logs from the GUI.
I had given up worrying about this but since other people are seeing this too, I do have a little bit more information to provide - if you do an “fwconsole restart” from the CLI, the color comes back like magic - just seems to me to be a little sledge-hammer-for-an-ant kind of solution, but if you really need it (for troubleshooting) this fixes it reliably.
I have exactly the same issue! Recently upgraded to FreePBX 14 and after reboot I have no colors in asterisk CLI which is annoying.If I do “fwconsole restart” the colors come back. So its looks like startup scripts issues.