Starting "beryl-manager" at login
bootgr at gmail.com
Fri Jun 29 16:23:28 BST 2007
Actually you might get more ( and maybe too much ) if you echo out the
output to the log file. Try:
/usr/bin/beryl-manager > /tmp/cmd.out 2>&1
This will give you std out AND std err in the file cmd.out.
This may produce more documentation than you want though.
On 6/29/07, John L Fjellstad <john-ubuntu at fjellstad.org> wrote:
> Chris <kubuntu at eportel.com> writes:
> > That's exactly what it reads "beryl-kde"
> > Wow after this whole thing is over I'll have to study what we are doing
> > here and try and extract how and what I did. I have to learn this
> > stuff,I just haven't got to this point yet in my studies.
> OK, so we know that DESKTOP_SESSION variable is set and that beryl.sh is
> Now, add something in-between the if statement in beryl.sh, something
> like this
> if [ $DESKTOP_SESSION == "beryl-kde" ]; then
> echo "inside if - before" >> /tmp/log # <-- new line
> echo "inside if -after" >> /tmp/log # <-- new line
> Make sure beryl-manager is actually at that path, type
> which beryl-manager
> > Thanks again John for sticking with me on this.
> No problem. Helping you actually help me remember how to do it. (the
> old adage about learning by teaching)
> John L. Fjellstad
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