On Fri, 1 Oct 2004, Kyrre Ness Sjobak wrote:
Which leaves me with two options:
- Begin to harvest the pover of /etc/skel
- Bich the fedora developers...
Just changing the screensaver is not a solution.
Finding out *why* the hang is occuring is much more useful.
As for "single boring screensavers", I get more people to try Linux after
seeing the screensavers than any other factor. Think of them like an
attract screen on a video game. (Without having to worry about losing all
fre, 01.10.2004 kl. 23.10 skrev TGS:
> sounds like a challenge ;O
> on 10/01/2004 4:00 PM, Kyrre Ness Sjobak at kyrre(a)solution-forge.net wrote:
> > fre, 01.10.2004 kl. 15.28 skrev Mike Klinke:
> >> On Friday 01 October 2004 07:58, Kyrre Ness Sjobak wrote:
> >>> How many here agrees that having one boring default screensaver
> >>> would be the best?
> >>> Kyrre
> >> Personnally, I like a variety on those admittedly few times that I
> >> even enable the screesaver. Heck, I even rotate my desktop images
> >> every 45 minutes between the current daily images from "Astronomy
> >> Picture of the Day", "National Geographic Picture of the
> >> "EarthScience Picture of the Day". So I guess my preference
> >> be no screesavers enabled by default but it's awfully easy to
> >> change to whatever your preferences dictate.
> >> Regards, Mike Klinke
> > Try changing the default screensaver of 500 users...