On 11/2/06, Tanguy Eric <[email protected]> wrote:
Thanks. Could you explain how you use this tool to give highest priority to X and how yçou can script this to run it on every login.
I have a script in /etc/gdm/PostLogin called Default There is a sample script in that directory that does nothing. My script is: #!/bin/sh schedtool -R -p 1 -n -3 `pgrep Xorg` Make sure is is set executable and then log out and log back in. Also on a side note, I installed Beryl this morning. It works wonderfully and is much more configurable than compiz (from which it is forked)... If you want to try it save this as /etc/yum.repos.d/beryl.repo [beryl] name=Beryl for Fedora Core $releasever - $basearch baseurl=http://wilsonet.com/packages/beryl/fc$releasever-$basearch/ enabled=1 gpgcheck=0 But be warned I am having a problem in that if I log out and then log back in Xorg starts useing about 40% of my CPU and it seems that beryl is runnnig twice and fighting for control with it's self. But as I normalay log in once for hours then shut down it's only a minor issue. Also you need to start beryl for the first time with fedoras desktop effects disabled, then place the command beryl-manage in your session's statup programes (in the prefs/more prefs/session menu) -- Rob