rserphillips at austin.rr.com
Sat Jun 29 19:18:26 CEST 2002
If you use a graphical login like gdm,xdm, etc then look for the
/etc/gdm/Sessions/ for the proper login script.
Else check for an xinitrc in you prefix/etc/xfce. Or you could just
add it to your user login script in your home directory. Of course
that doesn't make it system wide.
On Sat, 29 Jun 2002 09:03:48 -0400
Kevin Ellwood <kellwood at ameritech.net> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am a new user to xfce and I am very happy with it. Much less
> resources are used relative to KDE and GNOME, which was my goal.
> My question is related to screensavers. Whenever I run the
> screensaver config tool I get a warning that xscreensaver doesn't
> appear to be running and it offers to start it. After configing it,
> it works fine.
> However, after I reboot the system a loggin again, I get just a
> simple black screen as the screen saver. I believe that this is some
> simple xfce screen saver. And, as you might guess, when I use the
> screensaver config tool I get the warning that xscreensaver is not
> GNOME somehow started this when I logged in. Is there an xfce init
> file that will allow me to start xscreensaver when I login?
> Kevin R.J. Ellwood
> kellwood at ameritech.net
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