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How to disable the background color of run0

Systemd introduced run0 as its alternative to sudo. One of the features if a colored background when your privileges are elevated.

To disable this behaviour, use the option --background= with an empty value.

run0 --background=

The red background now will be gone, which can be useful if the color conflicts with the output or when it is unwanted.

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