Re: Image & Sound
"Àlex Maneu" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> -I want to put a picture as the background of X-Windows, or simply
> change the background color. Where is it specified? Which files must
> I edit?
Probably in ~/.xsession, i.e. the .xsession file in your home
directory. Something like:
xsetbg /usr/src/linux/Documentation/logo.gif &
fvwm2 # No "&" !
Alternatively, for just a colour:
cd; mkdir .fvwm2; echo steelblue > .fvwm2/background.color
and log in again. This is a Debian feature. Look in
/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/rgb.txt for the names. Type "xsetroot -solid
peachpuff" to test them.
> -XV: I've been looking for this program, but I don't have it.
> I've been searching it in DSELECT, but I couldn't find it.
> Where is XV?
In non-free on the ftp site. Easiest is probably to download the .deb
from the mirror dists/stable/non-free/binary-i386 (or wherever it is)
and run "dpkg -i xv..." on it as root. Then read the copyright in
/usr/doc/xv to see *why* it's in non-free.
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Is this really necessary?
Carey Evans <*> http://home.clear.net.nz/pages/c.evans/ gc
"As a concept, virtual reality seems to appeal
to people who spend a lot of time indoors." - Gregory Benford
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