On 8/21/06, Nikolas Britton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On 8/21/06, perikillo <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 8/20/06, Alexey Mikhailov <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Nikolas Britton wrote:
> > > What I want is the colored border around the console window... I have
> > > no clue how to do it, /dev/random made the border you see the photo! I
> > > let it run all night to generate interrupt load as part of a system
> > > stress test.
> > I think you need to use "vidcontrol". So "man vidcontrol" and look for
> > "-b" option.
> >
> I have this:
> /etc/rc.conf
> allscreens_flags="-f 8x8 iso-8x8 -b red -mode 80x60 green black"
> Just check which video modes support your video adapter, some video
> cards that i have been using dosent support this settings.

Thanks. -b doesn't work, which is weird because this is the same
system that /dev/random made the border on.  I also wanted each side
of the border to be a different color... like the one you see in the
photo. What I really want is to duplicate what was in the photo.

What about gettytab?

Right here: http://www.nbritton.org/uploads/IMG_5500-2.png
The top border is gettytab the other side(s) are 'vidcontrol -b
green', the rest is photoshop'ed.

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