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1 12th July 03:41
hareesh nagarajan
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Hi,

When I open an app in workspace 1 and then switch to workspace 2 or 3
or 4 I do not wish to see in my toolbar (or whatever it is called in
Fluxbox) application one.

What do I do to prevent this?

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2 12th July 03:41
schafer frank ing.
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I think the taskbar is a tool to see all running apps. See the
do***entation of the taskbar module. If I remember right there isn't an
option to show only the apps running in your current workspace. If you
to not wish to see your running apps do not start the taskbar module.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Hareesh Nagarajan [mailto:hareesh.nagarajan@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, November 16, 2004 5:16 AM
To: gentoo-user@lists.gentoo.org
Subject: [gentoo-user] Fluxbox query

Hi,

When I open an app in workspace 1 and then switch to workspace 2 or 3
or 4 I do not wish to see in my toolbar (or whatever it is called in
Fluxbox) application one.

What do I do to prevent this?

Thanks,
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3 12th July 03:41
ralph
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It's showing on all disktops because it's sticked clicking button at top
of windows on left will unstick it

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4 12th July 04:17
eugene rosenzweig
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In the fluxbox menu:

Fluxbox menu > configure > toolbar > iconbar mode > workspace

This is in Fluxbox 0.9.9

Eugene.

-----Original Message-----
From: Hareesh Nagarajan [mailto:hareesh.nagarajan@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, 16 November 2004 3:16 PM
To: gentoo-user@lists.gentoo.org
Subject: [gentoo-user] Fluxbox query

Hi,

When I open an app in workspace 1 and then switch to workspace 2 or 3
or 4 I do not wish to see in my toolbar (or whatever it is called in
Fluxbox) application one.

What do I do to prevent this?

Thanks,
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Hareesh Nagarajan
WEB: http://puggy.symonds.net/~hareesh

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5 12th July 04:18
hareesh nagarajan
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Did that! It works perfectly.

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6 12th July 12:04
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All right... This may be a bug, or it may just be something I screwed
up.. I wanted to ask around and get a consensus on this..

I installed Gentoo on a system with the following specs:

CPU: XP 2500+ Barton
MB: NForce 2 chipset
GPU: Nvidia GeForce FX 5200, 8x AGP
HD: 30 G Quantum Fireball IDE, 5400 RPM (Not quite sure of the model)

Well, the rest of the specs and details are unimportant at this point
because that pretty much tells the story as far hardware goes.

So I went through the whole sphiel of installing the OS using the
Gentoo NPTL how to, and everything seemed to go to plan. I had three
partitions on the drive as follows:

hda1: 15M, /boot, Ext2
hda2: 1G, Swap
hda3: 28G, / , XFS

Once all was said and done. I compiled the the Nvidia Kernel modules
and started X. Here's where it gets weird. I started up X, and as
expected the Nvidia Logo flashed, but then the screen went blank and
the machine entirely locked up. I couldn't hotkey kill X, I couldn't
switch virtual terminals, and I couldn't SSH login to the machine from
another box. I switched it back to the builtin NV driver, and the X
server started up.. And it also worked just fine in Framebuffer mode.
So I scratched my head for a bit and decided to try a few diffrent
methods of intalling the system. So I tried a stage 2 and stage 3
install with the configurations listed above to the same result.

What eventually solved the problem was formatting /dev/hda3 as Ext3.
The only thing that I can think of that would cause an issue like this
would be some kind of conflict between the XFS drivers and Nvidia
Graphics drivers (Or the Kernel AGP drivers for that matter). Any
other opinions on this?

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7 12th July 21:33
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I'd guess that there is a hardware problem, though you didn't mention
the version of nvidia drivers.

The reason I'd guess hardware is I've run the same config for some time
and did not have that problem. I've since taken that system down and
run a dual opteron with a 5900 w/xfs and it only locks up when I do
multiple dma requests to video. But even that take a few minutes to
occur, and it only lock up graphics.

emerge memtest86 stress

memtest86 has to be run from boot, so you'll need to add it grub.

stress can be run live. Increase the default values until most of swap
is used and avg. load is sustained above 20 or so. I generally like to
run 5 minute cycles.

It could be xorg. The 6.8 version has a fine set of "features", but locking
up right away suggests a hardware problem.

Bob
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