Joined: Oct. 2003
||Posted: May 30 2004,02:44
|Also, there is a dsl extension (somewhere) that allows a /home/damnsmall/.xserverrc to be automatically placed in /home/damnsmall so you do not have to do the xsetup.sh choices each time you boot the Dell.|
(Xserver, mouse, screen size and resolution)
I know that you know how to separate out parts of your filetool.lst. You have stated that you have done such with firefox. Now, one's .xserverrc is very specific to one's system. So it would not be something to download from the Repository. In fact, it would not even be a dsl. It would be a .tar.gz with only one file in it, /home/damnsmall/.xserverrc. Call it myXsetup.tar.gz and place it on the myDSL partition. This is the easiest "personal extension" to create.