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Re: [K12OSN] screensavers



Guys,
	the really sane way of dealing with screen savers is a total
"disable and replace". What we really need is the bandwidth friendly true
power down screen saver as the default. that saves the bandwidth,
electricity and screen phosphors (or backlight on lcd). julius

On Fri, 31 Jan 2003, Steve Wright wrote:

> Kyle Herbert wrote:
>
> >It is likely impossible to convince either the xscreensaver project or the
> >RedHat Linux distribution to remove screensavers that are inappropriate only
> >in a K12 setting as the majority of their audiences do not desire such a
> >limitation.
> >
>
> I share your conviction, but I am thinking we will be better off to
> simply remove the offending screensavers as part of the ltsp-initialize
> script.
>
> Attempting to persuade the xscreensaver project people may be be
> percieved as criticism, and not taken lightly.





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