On 2017-08-25 16:48:10 Felix Miata wrote:
grep -B2 -A6 eme=false kdmrc
Very strange; here's what I get:
$ grep -B2 -A6 eme=false /opt/kde3/share/config/kdm/kdmrc @17:01:18,root@pinto ~ $
I've attached my kdmrc file for your review.
I did find some references to background files in /opt/kde3/share/config/kdm/backgroundrc, and maybe one of these is being displayed, though it looks like they're turned off.
@17:01:18,root@pinto ~ $ cat /opt/kde3/share/config/kdm/backgroundrc [Desktop0] BackgroundMode=Flat BlendBalance=100 BlendMode=NoBlending ChangeInterval=60 Color1=0,100,0 Color2=192,192,192 CurrentWallpaperName= LastChange=0 MinOptimizationDepth=1 MultiWallpaperMode=NoMulti Pattern[$e]=fish Program= ReverseBlending=false UseSHM=false Wallpaper[$e]=default_blue.jpg WallpaperList= WallpaperMode=NoWallpaper
I don't understand the significance of [$e] in those file references?