Does anyone know what the command is to get the current virtual screen from
olvwm? How about to make the screens "blank"? This is a shot in the dark,
but oh well!
Thanks in advance!
Thanks in advance!
> Why would you need to know?
> Upgrade to fvwm or something.
> > How about to make the screens "blank"?
> xset dpms force off
Thanks for taking the time to read this!
> > > Why would you need to know?
> > Translation: Stalkerboy doesn't know.
> And you showed up to say you do?
> Depending on his needs, I might have been able to suggest a work-around.
> Picture of and info on Panix.com luser Gary "Amber Alert!" Burnore:
> OK, well what I need it for simply put, is for a application in any virtual
> window on olvwm 4.2o to magically warp to the first desktop, save the layout
> (workspace) and then magically warp back to the original desktop.
Naturally, no surprise that its beyond that scrip kiddie, Plugger.
Just like he doesn't know about booting from an external CD-ROM
on an Ultra 1 and has never read the passwd(4) man page. If its
not at Google, he's lost.
Can you describe what happens with these apps? Sounds likeQuote:> I can't go
> to another window manager cause it would break too much shit. We have a few
> apps that don't respond very well to normal save workspace save's thus the
> desire to warp to the first desktop.
-am ? 2002
1. Console-Screen-Blanking: black chars on white screen
I'm doing a lot of my work on the Linux console. Used to that good old
ASCII-Terminals I looked for a utility that would give me black
characters on a white screen. I found setpalette from Koen Gadeyne's
SVGATextMode-Packackage (thanks Koen). The following ioctl's along
with a proper setting of kernel_palette do the job:
fd = opentty("/dev/console");
if (ioctl(fd, GIO_CMAP, kernel_palette))
if (ioctl(fd, PIO_CMAP, kernel_palette))
But there is one disadvantage: The routines for screen blanking simply
make everything show up with the background's color. This gives me a
blanked screen, which is really paperwhite :-(
Any hints ?
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