Re: logging out from CDE

KeRNeL PaNiC (panic@primary.net)
Mon, 5 Jul 1999 13:50:33 -0500


I think what Stasinos needs to do is add another desktop to CDE.   I had
done that almost 7 months ago on my Sparc20 at work but because of being
limited to just 256 colors I soon got away from it and removed the desktop.
I have most of the relevant info back at work and would be more than willing
to assist anyone who is using CDE to post information on how to add this as
well as a few other customizations after I get a chance to look at what I
have set up at work.

Matthew R. Hamilton
Applications Software Engineer  &  Sun Certified Solaris Engineer /
Administrator
Lockheed Martin Corporation Mission Systems
Scott AFB, IL  USA


----- Original Message -----
From: Dave Taira <bodhi@foad.org>
To: <afterstep@linuxcenter.com>
Sent: Monday, July 05, 1999 10:57 AM
Subject: logging out from CDE


> > Date: Mon, 5 Jul 1999 15:55:27 +0200
> > From: Stasinos Konstantopoulos <konstant@let.rug.nl>
> > Subject: Logging out
> >
> > I'm running AfterStep 1.6.10 on an HP and I have the following
> > problem: when I try to log out all that happens is that the windows
> > manager is stopped, but not the session. I have to leave an xterm open
> > and from there manually kill the dtsession process. I've tried to
> > figure out exactly what gets executed from the Quit form, but it's
> > some `Quit' command that I cannot find declared anywhere. Thanks in
> > advance,
>
> The command you're looking for is `/usr/dt/bin/dtaction ExitSession`.
> Under CDE, I have a start menu entry that reads:
>
> Exec "Close this session" exec /usr/dt/bin/dtaction ExitSession
> MiniPixmap "mini-exit.xpm"
>
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