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kyanc

   1.1  

KDE Kommander Script

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kyanc
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Link:  http://www.fenner.info
Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  942
Submitted:  Nov 4 2005
Updated:  Dec 7 2005

Description:

Inspired by a setup tool called Yanc, me wrote yancscript to simply modify NVidia tv-options using one command.

Now we go back to the roots ...

KYanc is an improved gui version of yancscript developed using kommander. Any feature-requests and improvements are welcome.

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2.) Installation and setup:

a.)Have kommander installed.
b.)Please make sure that "/etc/X11/yanc" is writeable.
c.)Execute kyanc.kmdr using a simple clilck ;)

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3.) TODO:

-Remember yanc-config
-Make yanc-config sourceable (useful for script-mode)
-Add dialog for windows-manager selection
-Disable-input-fields for each twinview-mode
-Add KControl module (using a kde-module-proxy)
-Find bugs




Changelog:

yancscript 1.0 - 01.12.2003
initial version

kyanc 1.0 - 14.6.2005
ported to kde/kommander

kyanc 1.1 - 08.12.2005
-HideLogo Option
-XDM remote login
-option to select display for new xserver
-Auto detection of nv and nvidia driver
-Start as many xservers as you like




LicenseGPL
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 nvidia

 
 by polrus on: Nov 5 2005
 
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it would be great to have the same features for nvidia driver not nv


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 Re: nvidia

 
 by informix on: Nov 6 2005
 
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Does the nvidia-driver provide options like tv-out and twinview ?

Please send me the xserver-config and it will be added.


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 Re: Re: nvidia

 
 by polrus on: Nov 6 2005
 
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yes

heres my xorg.conf
the options that are commented out are the ones i have to uncomment to have twinview

Section "Device"
BoardName "GeForce FX 5600SE"
Driver "nvidia"
Screen 0
Identifier "Device[0]"
Option "NoLogo" "True"
Option "RenderAccel" "true"

# Option "TwinView" "1"
# Option "SecondMonitorHorizSync" "30-66"
# Option "SecondMonitorVertRefresh" "50-110"
# Option "TwinViewOrientation" "Clone"
# Option "MetaModes" "1024x768,1024x768"
# Option "ConnectedMonitor" "CRT, TV"
# Option "TVStandard" "PAL-B"
EndSection


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 Re: Re: Re: nvidia

 
 by informix on: Nov 6 2005
 
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Okay - Ill test and Ill also add ConnnectedMonitor, VertRefresh and HorizSync to the dialog. :D


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 Re: nvidia

 
 by informix on: Dec 7 2005
 
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done :) - What next ?


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 Re: Re: nvidia

 
 by polrus on: Dec 8 2005
 
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i'll test it and let u know if u r my hero or not :)


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 great start

 
 by jebaird on: Nov 6 2005
 
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great idea! Maybe you could add a function that would switch the display, when you configure it


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 Re: great start

 
 by informix on: Nov 6 2005
 
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What do you mean with "switch the display" ?

Do you mean e.g. : 1st is Monitor and 2nd is TV.

Or do you want xrandr like switching of the config ? - By the was ... My xrandr doesn´t provide any twinview or tv-out option.


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 Re: Re: great start

 
 by jebaird on: Nov 8 2005
 
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start a new "session" like you can in kde,
you script would genarate a temp config file that this new session would use. then you could do ctrl-alt-f7/f8 bewteen the two sessions, so you would have to restart the the xserver every time( in my case becuase i have dual 19 monitors and a tv hooked up)

it would kind of be like what you can do with the nview for windows.

I think that this a like more clear, sorry
about before i left it pretty vauge.
thanks


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 Re: Re: Re: great start

 
 by informix on: Nov 8 2005
 
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Ohh ... nice idear!!! I will implement all things you mentioned here after next release of my qscllient (http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=29637).

And I have aso some more nice features like starting freevo/mythtv, selection of a window-manager for temp-config and ... now comes the best:
create shortcuts of the current-selected config directly on the kde-desktop ... So you even dont need to start kyanc again :D

What do you think about it ?

PS : And what about xdmcp-support :) ?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: grea

 
 by jebaird on: Nov 9 2005
 
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I think the shortcuts would be sweet!

I had never heard of xdmcp, I just looked it up, it sound pretty cool. I would be up for using it. and the more features that you add the bigger the user base could get:)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: grea

 
 by informix on: Nov 9 2005
 
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XDMCP is very simple to setup :

On the server:

add this
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[Xdmcp]
Enable=true
Willing=/etc/kde3/kdm/Xwilling
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to /etc/kde3/kdm/kdmrc, or where your kdm-system-rc is located


On the client, just execute:

X -query ip-of-the-server :1

thats it! the kdm of the server will be on Display 1 (Strg+ALT+F8) of your client-workstation :D


have fun trying it :D


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 Re: great start

 
 by informix on: Dec 7 2005
 
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also done - but much better!


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