Fleas

Screensavers

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A bunch of fleas jumping around nervously. I just wantted to find out how screen savers work under KDE so I ported an old Amiga saver I have written long ago.

zerkowski

15 years ago

Good one, simple but ok. It's the first screensaver i successfully install . (because of help in the comments) . Thanks !

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garbin

15 years ago

Did the ./configure
then
make
then
make install

How do I get the screen saver to show up in the KDE control module?

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redrum

15 years ago

Don't know which distro you are using, but the first thing one has to do on my platform at least, is make sure the fleas.desktop is in the same directory as the other screensavers.... This is going to be different for every distribution.

The easiest thing to do is do a search for a screensaver you know you have installed (I did a search for KMatrix.desktop, but any of them will do) and that gets your destination directory. then look for fleas.desktop, and that will let you know where the fleas screensaver configuration file is... If they're in the same directory, you're lucky, do nothing, but if they are somewhere else, then one has to copy the file to your default screensaver directory.

Then one has to make a symbolic link (shortcut) called /usr/bin/fleas that points to /usr/bin/fleas.kss. One could also edit the screensaver file, but making the link is easier.

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