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I'm using openSUSE 11.0 for some time. Recently I installed Fedora 11. I find that the choice of screen-savers in Fedora is poor compared to openSUSE. Therefore, I would like ...
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- 10-29-2009 #1
[SOLVED] How to copy screen-savers between the distros?
Therefore, I would like to borrow some of my favorite screen-savers from openSUSE for use in Fedora.
Is it possible?
If yes, need instructions how to do it?Fedora20.GNOME@Dell_Latitude_E6410
- 10-29-2009 #2
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The quick answer is "it depends". The long answer is "it depends" upon whether or not the screen saver is a stand-alone executable or is integrated directly into the desktop manager (kde, gnome, etc).Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!
- 10-29-2009 #3
How can I find out if it is stand-alone or integrated?
My desktop manager is GNOME. Where should I look for screen-savers?Fedora20.GNOME@Dell_Latitude_E6410
- 11-03-2009 #4
I've done some Google research and found what I was looking for.
xscreensaver-4.14.tar.gz can be downloaded on the web and contains the screensaver collection which comes with openSUSE.Fedora20.GNOME@Dell_Latitude_E6410