xset man pages
linux4michelle at tamay-dogan.net
Thu Jan 24 07:41:01 UTC 2019
xset is querying the XServer direct.
With xset you can change anything on the fly,
but there is nothing persistent between reboots.
If you want to set something permanently,
write it into your ~/.xsession file.
Am 2019-01-24 hackte info at pclinux.eu in die Tasten:
> Hi guys,
> sorry if I'm a little bit upset but it's impossibile that after years
> man pages are still unuseful.
> In GNU/Linux all is a file yes! Which file?
> I started using GNU/Linux in 2002 but I can't find out from which
> fu...n' file comes the output of xset q
> Could you add the in the man pages which files read and/or write a
> Many thanks
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