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Re: SEUL: Is there a user for S.E.U.L.?

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   Date: Thu, 26 Jun 1997 06:07:05 -0400 (EDT)
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   On 24 Jun 1997 jfm2@club-internet.fr wrote:

   >    > network file systems as well as networkable menu management, ie you add
   >    > app xyz to the server and it shows up on the appropriate users menu's next
   >    > time they reboot.
   > RedHat and LST have that already (window managers building their menus
   > on the basis of available software), if your /usr is a shared disk
   > then every time you add something in the server it will be visible by
   > users next time they restart their WMs.  And someone have written a
   > daemon who will upgrade packages box each time it detects a new
   > version in the server.

   Please provide pointers to documentation of this feature.  My RedHat 4.1
   system appears to have set up menus for apps that were installed
   initially, but I can't find any script that scans /usr and updates the
   menu's accordingly.


If you use RedHat look in your .Xclients file:


exec fvwm95-2 -f "FvwmM4 -debug $RCFILE" -display :0 \
		> $HOME/.FVWM95-errors 2>&1

The FvwmM4 module will pass the output of m4 to FVWM.

Use m4 directly on /etc/X11/TheNextLevel/.fvwm2rc.m4 and checak its

			Jean Francois Martinez

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