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Old 10-15-2001
Question X - Windows

hi,
In the HP-Unix X windows how to use the LockDisplay and ExitSession commands through a script ?

Note : I use a HP Visualise workstation.

Smilie
sskb
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Old 10-17-2001
Can you please be a bit more specific>????
# 3  
Old 10-17-2001
that is..
in the workspace manager i have some icons for logout "ExitSession" and lock display "LockDisplay" which have been characterised in the dtwmrc file. If I want to do the same thing through a script.. can u tell me what do I need to do?

Smilie
sskb
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Old 10-19-2001
The dtwmrc file is interactig along with other files for all that. Have a carefull look on it and you will understand what is going on. Then you can edit the same file and write a few more lines.

Good Luck
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Old 10-19-2001
yeah, I have been playing around with the dtwmrc file, and I have changed most of the settings in that. but I could not duplicate these two functions in my own way. That is why I went for scripting for these two functions but I could not gather an idea for that.
Smilie

Is there any specific function that replaces these actions?

Last edited by sskb; 10-24-2001 at 06:58 PM..
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