On Thursday, February 6, 2003, at 09:14 AM, Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
Yes, I want the monitor to go into standby after 5 minutes of the login screen.On Thu, 2003-02-06 at 12:07, Mark Edwards wrote:What do you mean? Run xscreensaver while gdm itself is running (i.e. no1) Is there any way to run xscreensaver with gdm2? With gdm, there was a Background option in the config tool, but that's gone.
user logged in)? I've never done this, but there are quite a few
configuration options in the /usr/X11R6/etc/gdm/gdm.conf that are not in
the GUI tool.
Ah. So if XftConfig is set up properly, I should see everything anti-aliased, is that right?2) gdm2 crashes if I go to the configure tool, close, then go to the configure tool again. I saw this same behavior in gdm, and it was solved by starting via /etc/ttys, I think. Is there anyway to fix this? Basically, once I go to the configure tool, I have to resart gdm2 if I want to go to the configure tool again.I haven't seen this, but I'll take a look.You need to make sure your XftConfig is setup correctly, and you have3) I followed the directions to get font anti-aliasing working, and I do have GDK_USE_XFT set to 1 via .gnomerc. However, I don't see any difference in anti-aliasing. There was some anti-aliasing before I did anything at all, for instance in mozilla some fonts are anti-aliased. But there is none in the gnome2 desktop even after the new settings. What am I missing? Do I just need to add the proper fonts or something?
the latest freetype2. It hardly merits any work now as I'm on the verge
of committing GNOME 2.2 which no longer requires GDK_USE_XFT.
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