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QB-BLACKBOX(8)						      System Manager's Manual						    QB-BLACKBOX(8)

NAME
qb-blackbox - Display "flight data" from the "blackbox". SYNOPSIS
qb-blackbox <blackbox files>... DESCRIPTION
qb-blackbox Print out the logs (including debug logs) that were recorded using libqb's blackbox. EXAMPLES
Get info to help developers diagnose a crash. $ qb-blackbox /var/lib/corosync/fdata Dumping the contents of /var/lib/corosync/fdata Mar 23 20:58:57 message_handler_orf_token():3677 install seq 0 aru 0 high seq received 0 Mar 23 20:58:57 message_handler_orf_token():3696 retrans flag count 4 token aru 0 install seq 0 aru 0 0 Mar 23 20:58:57 old_ring_state_reset():1487 Resetting old ring state Mar 23 20:58:57 deliver_messages_from_recovery_to_regular():1693 recovery to regular 1-0 Mar 23 20:58:57 memb_state_operational_enter():1779 Delivering to app 1 to 0 Mar 23 20:58:57 sync_abort():594 ENTERING sync_abort() Mar 23 20:58:57 sync_save_transitional():586 ENTERING sync_save_transitional() Mar 23 20:58:57 member_object_joined():301 Member joined: r(0) ip(192.168.122.1) Mar 23 20:58:57 sync_abort():594 ENTERING sync_abort() SEE ALSO
qblog.h(3), AUTHOR
Angus Salkeld 2012-05-28 QB-BLACKBOX(8)

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BBPAGER(1)							      bbpager								BBPAGER(1)

NAME
bbpager - pager for the Blackbox window manager SYNOPSIS
bbpager DESCRIPTION
bbpager is a pager for Blackbox and all other Blackbox-compatible Window Managers. bbpager supports colors and gradients changing, moving windows (also to other desktop), and optional placement in the Blackbox slit. It's also possible to define how the desktops are displayed, by defining the number of rows or columns to use. CONFIGURATION
By default bbpager reads the Blackbox style-file as defined in ~/.blackboxrc and copies as much of the style as possible. See blackbox(1) for further information. If the resource bbpager.autoConfig is turned true, the tool will periodically check the main config files, ~/.blackboxrc for Blackbox users and bbpager.nobb for other WM's to see if they have changed. If so bbpager will reconfigure itself accordingly. FILES
The location of bbpager's configuration files is as follows: /etc/bbtools/bbpager.rc the global configuration file $HOME/.bbtools/bbpager.rc the local configuration file AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Emanuele Rocca <emarocca@libero.it>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). It was updated by Kevin Coyner <kcoyner@debian.org> in February 2007. SEE ALSO
blackbox(1), fluxbox(1), bbkeys(1). bbtools March 2003 BBPAGER(1)
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