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I'm running Digital Unix True64 system. version4.0. My CDE is shutoff. How can I start the CDE. When I boot my system I don't even get graphic startup picture in the beginn. I've tried to activate thourgh Graphical UI Selection Facility in /usr/sbin/setup.But all I have is alot of inactive... (12 Replies)
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DtWsmGetCurrentBackdropWindow(library call) DtWsmGetCurrentBackdropWindow(library call)
DtWsmGetCurrentBackdropWindow -- get the backdrop window for the current workspace
The DtWsmGetCurrentBackdropWindow function works with the CDE workspace manager, dtwm(1), and returns the window used as the backdrop for
the current workspace.
The display argument is the X display.
The root argument is the root window of the screen of interest.
Upon successful completion, the DtWsmGetCurrentBackdropWindow returns the window used as the backdrop for the current workspace. The func-
tion returns None if there is no backdrop window for the workspace or if the CDE workspace manager is not running.
If the DtWsmGetCurrentBackdropWindow function is not successful, failure may be due to a memory allocation error or failure to find the
correct workspace information (that is, the CDE workspace manager, dtwm(1), is not running).
Dt/Wsm.h - DtWsm(5), dtwm(1), DtWsmGetCurrentWorkspace(3), DtWsmGetWorkspaceInfo(3).