No more passwords and other confidential memos on StickIt notes
plastered all over the monitor ... another security plus for Linux.
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Fedora release 8 (Werewolf) on sky, running kernel 188.8.131.52-63.fc8
04:31:09 up 47 days, 2:07, 4 users, load average: 0.26, 0.14, 0.10
> Usually I just stick with xscreensaver,
Is this what Linux advocacy has sunk to?
Don't you guys have anything more interesting to talk about than patents
and screen savers?
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> Usually I just stick with xscreensaver, but feeling adventurous I had a
> look at Gnome's replacement. With the screen locked, if you interrupt
> the screensaver you have the option "Leave message" ... presumably so
> all your work colleagues can leave "fat bastard" messages for you on
> your machine while you're at lunch. Once the screensaver kicks back in,
> further messengers can't see previous messages, since they're not
> displayed again until Joe "fat bastard" User returns from lunch and
> enters his password.
> No more passwords and other confidential memos on StickIt notes
> plastered all over the monitor ... another security plus for Linux.
Is it compatible with dual screens? Can it use the xscreesnaver screen
The leave message is nice.
The stability isn't. I switched to xscreensaver.
Yes, and I don't know. I use the gnome screen saver, but very boring,
just doing a slide show from an image dir. One of my cow-orkers has a
bunch of the opengl screensavers configured.
> The leave message is nice.
> The stability isn't. I switched to xscreensaver.
I have had no problems. Dual screen, F8, ATI card, with the binary 3D
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Jim Richardson http://www.eskimo.com/~warlock
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