xscreensaver lock image really hardcoded?

Oliver Grawert ogra at ubuntu.com
Fri Sep 23 09:59:03 UTC 2005

Am Donnerstag, den 22.09.2005, 23:23 -0600 schrieb Michael Moore:
> I can't find a definate answer with google, so I'll ask here.
> Is the xscreensaver image/password box really hardcoded into xscreensaver?
> I'm trying to pretty up my computer, and I can't figgure out how to
> change that. Would I really need to recompile xscreensaver just for
> that?
yes, its due to upstreams security policy that nothing is allowed to be
loaded for this lock window... not even foreign functions from external
libs. since the image sits in a dpatch for better maintainability, you
also need basic knowledge how to use this tool in a debian source

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