Gnome Xscreensaver text: not found
Joe Marcus Clarke
marcus at marcuscom.com
Fri Apr 28 05:56:11 UTC 2006
On Thu, 2006-04-27 at 20:22 -0700, Tim Brackbill wrote:
> I gave up on the plain xscreensaver as I could never get it to start up when I logged in under my non-root user account. Setting aside suggestions about how to get that to work, the gnome version of the xscreensaver & hacks works nearly perfectly. The exceptions are those hacks that look up or use text in a file. When they run, they only show "xscreensaver-text: not found". What file do I look for to edit / add the string and what is the format for that string? What amazes me is I have Googled for "xscreensaver-text: not found" and did not get one hit! I'm running FreeBSD 6 stable w/ gnome 2.12.
> Oh, perhaps on a related note, I frequently end up with a popsquares.core dump file in my home directory; what's up with that?
I assume you're using gnome-screensaver plus xscreensaver-hacks. If so,
then this is a known issue. xscreensaver-hacks does not build enough of
the xscreensaver bits. I'm currently working on this. In the meantime
xscreensaver-gnome is a complete xscreensaver package.
I will also investigate the popsquares crash.
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