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Re: xscreensaver

On Fri, 2004-09-24 at 11:25, Tom Allison wrote:
> How can I configure xscreensaver to automatically load for every user of 
> X window on my workstations?

See the thread in the archives titled "bash profile does not get loaded"
and substitute xscreensaver for profile.

create a file called


and in it put the command line that you want to use for xsreensaver like

xscreensaver &

the number at the start of the name dictates the order in which the
scripts get run (99 will get run after everything else), the
xfree86-common bit means it gets run for all WMs (i think) and the bit
after the underscore can be whatever you like (hopefully describes what
the script does :)).

Hope that helps

Blake Swadling
Senior Software Engineer
Newton Pty Ltd

+61 2 6247 3544
+61 2 6247 3533
+61 407 026277

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