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Re: changing location of uscreens/ ?

From: Pau
Subject: Re: changing location of uscreens/ ?
Date: Wed, 4 Mar 2009 11:02:58 +0100

Probably I am not understanding something or I am being obscure. Sorry
in any case.

I would like my session to be saved even after a boot.

Is there a way to do that? I am not native in English and, even though
I spent an amount of time looking for the information, probably I was
not looking for the correct keyword



2009/3/4 Micah Cowan <address@hidden>:
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> Micah Cowan wrote:
>> Pau wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>> I was wondering whether it is possible to change the location of
>>> uscreens from /tmp to some other place, because it gets deleted
>>> everytime the computer boots, which it does, because it is a laptop.
>>> It would be very useful to have it somewhere in $HOME/tmp, for
>>> instance
>> Why isn't it okay for /tmp/uscreens to be deleted every time the
>> computer reboots? What use could it have across a reboot? ...My system
>> has the same behavior for /tmp (it _is_ /tmp, after all), but it doesn't
>> cause problems for me...
>> But to answer your question, it's not configurable, even at build time.
>> You'd have to manually edit the source.
> Er, sorry, I misread what I was looking at. It is configurable at build
> time; the --with-socket-dir option to ./configure.
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