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From: artur.tamm.85@×××××.com
To: gentoo-user@l.g.o
Subject: [gentoo-user] Re: escape from i3lock
Date: Thu, 11 Jul 2019 21:01:11
Message-Id: cone.1562878861.552236.2036.1000@epsilon
In Reply to: [gentoo-user] Re: escape from i3lock by Ian Zimmerman
I tried to google if it is possible to change xorg serverflags in runtime,  
but was unable to find anything. I think that would be a cleaner solution  
(changing the DontVTSwitch option before locking and then restoring later).


Ian Zimmerman writes:

> On 2019-07-11 09:57, Ian Zimmerman wrote: > > > > setxkbmap -option srvrkeys:none > > > i3lock -c 003355 -n > > > setxkbmap -option '' > > > > Thanks for the idea! It won't work as is for me because I already use > > some non-default xkb options. But it is closer than anything that has > > come up yet. I'll get there. > > Okay, I got it to work in a brute force way: I just added another > setxkbmap command to set my normal options, the same ones as in my > xorg.conf. > > But something weird happens when I try the fancy way: saving the options > with "setxkbmap -print >FILE" and then restoring them with "xkbcomp > FILE". It seems that the change I make with "setxkbmap -option FOO" is > never reflected in the output of "setxkbmap -print". > > Looks like another place with multiple "levels" of configuration > stepping over each other. > > -- > Please don't Cc: me privately on mailing lists and Usenet, > if you also post the followup to the list or newsgroup. > To reply privately _only_ on Usenet and on broken lists > which rewrite From, fetch the TXT record for >


Subject Author
Re: [gentoo-user] Re: escape from i3lock Laurence Perkins <lperkins@×××××××.net>