[X2go-dev] screen saver extension
Paul van der Vlis
paul at vandervlis.nl
Mon Jun 21 13:49:26 CEST 2010
I asked some questions, you did not answer them. Maybe you can tell a
bit more about your problem.
I can remember I did some tests with the screensaver on both the client
and in the session, but I did not see any problem.
Maybe you mean something else then simply using a screensaver?
I am not sure my screensaver is using the X11 screen saver extention.
What is exactly this X11 screen saver extention and why do you need it?
Are you using full-screen sessions or not, and what is you host-OS?
Paul van der Vlis.
rf at q-leap.de schreef:
> Hi again,
> is it really possible that nobody knows how to do this or whether it is
> possible at all? I'd appreciate a short answer. Here the question again:
> Is it possible to start x2go with the X11 screen saver extension
> enabled, and if yes, how?
>>>>>> "Paul" == Paul van der Vlis <paul at vandervlis.nl> writes:
> Roland> Hi Paul,
> Roland> thanks for your reply.
> Roland> Hi, I searched the web and mailing list archives, but didn't
> Roland> find an answer to my question: Is it possible to start x2go
> Roland> with the X11 screen saver extension enabled? I'd need it to
> Roland> get X11 idle time on the command line.
> Roland> does anybody have an idea about this, or is it just not
> Roland> possible with current versions of X2go?
> Paul> I've never tried it. What happends if you enable the screen
> Paul> saver? Do you mean a screensaver on the client or in the
> Paul> session on the server?
> Paul> I've just tried it with the screensaver in the session
> Paul> enabled, and with a full-screen session. The screensaver did
> Paul> work without problems.
> Roland> I know, some screensavers don't use the X11 screen saver
> Roland> extension. But I need the program xprintidle to work which
> Roland> requires this extension (see Ubuntu/Debian package
> Roland> xprintidle).
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Met vriendelijke groet,
Paul van der Vlis.
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