In case, you are not using this, seehttp://crunchbanglinux.org/wiki/desktop_and_wallpapersIf you are, I probably can't help since I never used nitrogen (I like #! minimal black screen).Sheng-Chieh
tdrusk wrote:Would there be any issues with this proposal?I don't see why not. Personally I use this in OB:nitrogen --sort=alphaalong with:/home/sector11/.config/nitrogen/bg-saved.cfg
/home/sector11/.config/nitrogen/nitrogen.cfgI can tell by the contents of:/etc/skel/.config/nitrogen/bg-saved.cfg
/etc/skel/.config/nitrogen/nitrogen.cfgthat those two files are not being used anymore.
Hello, I have been recently developing lots of small scripts for my new Waldorf install to make it more convenient to use. Right now I'm facing a problem. How to make nitrogen display a solid color background?
caltelt wrote:Run nitrogen and switch the screen and layout to fit thine needs.thx for your reply, manI don't wanna run nitrogen manually everytime, so write a snippet, hope this will help anyone who has same prob#!/bin/bash
# If VGA connected
case "$1" in
vga) xrandr --output LVDS-1 --off --output VGA-1 --auto
lvds) xrandr --output LVDS-1 --auto --ou
Just goto the Automotive area outside the Store and flash your Costco card and ask for Nitrogen air. They will deflate if you have just air and fill your tires and give you green caps if you don't have em.
Big debate on Air vs. Nitrogen in tires but if you have a Costco Membership anyways might as well take advantage of it.
Hi, sorry I'm posting these as they come, so am putting them in separate threads.There is the option to configure nitrogen to look in other folders, other than the wallpaper folder. However when I do so the images only appear temporarily. This has happened a few times. I end up copying them into the wallpaper image folder, rendering the nitrogen option redundant.
Where did you put the wallpapers? Try running nitrogen and specifying the path directly on the command line. For example, if your wallpapers are in your /home/greg/images/wallpapers directory, do this in a terminal:nitrogen /home/greg/images/wallpapersYou should also just be able to run nitrogen and navigate to the directory where the wallpapers are.
This could be a start: http://www.codediesel.com/php/taking-sc … es-in-php/You would put this snippet into ~/.profile if you have already an internet connection before you log in, or into openbox's autostart with a sleep if you establish the connection by other means. Anyway, you would need to tell nitrogen to pick the 'wallpaper' up *after* it has been downloaded.
hi,I am afraid I can't help with that specific nitrogen-folder issue...but I can tell you how what works for me: I let nitrogen read files only from its default folder (~/images/wallpapers) and I just create a symlink of my new wallpaper file into that folder:ln -s /full/path/to/the/image/wall.jpg /home/yourusername/images/wallpapers/wall_symlink.jpgand than select the new wallpaper from nitr