Re: where does fvwm get its xterm icon?
Kleene, Steve wrote:
> I have this in ~/.fvwm/config:
> Style "XTerm" Icon null.xpm, SloppyFocus, IconBox 200x200-1+8
> where null.xpm is intended to call /usr/share/pixmaps/fvwm/null.xpm, a
> zero-byte file I created.
Maybe fvwm is not happy with the zero size.
What happens if you put a file with a picture there ?
> It seems that fvwm has that image cached or built in somehow.
Did you already try searches like
find /usr -name mini.xterm_48x48.xpm
> if I call "xterm &" and convert that to an icon, it appears as a
> live window screenshot, not as mini.xterm_48x48.xpm.
Does "live window screenshot" mean that the icon is willing to execute
blindly toggled shell commands ?
I experienced such a problem with Debian 8. Without any Style "XTerm"
i got an "icon" which was indeed an active terminal with unreadble text.
I fixed this by these lines in .fvwm2rc (dunno where i learned them):
Style "XTerm" IconOverride
Style "XTerm" Icon display.xpm
The icon pixmap is probably
but the same one is also in
Have a nice day :)