Re: run arbitrary program as screensaver?
If you use xscreensaver you can simply get it to run a program by including a line in
your .xscreensaver file. Fir example, I get it to run qiv to cycle over a set of
/usr/bin/X11/qiv -sfid 2.5 ~/Slideshows/almworkshop/* \n
Christophe Broult wrote:
> What about using the `setiathome' package?
> # apt-get install setiathome
> Krzys Majewski <email@example.com> writes:
> > Anyone know of a way to run an arbitrary program as the screensaver?
> > Two applications that have come to mind are setiathome and something like
> > acidwarp. I'm really more interested in the first. In fact, I see no
> > other practical way to run setiathome on a typical home machine.
> > -chris
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