[kde-linux] gnome-settings-daemon and xscreensaver

Jes Hall jes.hall at kdemail.net
Tue Jul 12 01:42:36 UTC 2005

On Mon, 11 Jul 2005 10:50, Steven Pasternak wrote:
> Hi! I use SUSE 9.3. I linked
> /opt/gnome/lib/control-center-2.0/gnome-settings-daemon to
> ~/.kde/Autostart/, so when I start kde the gnome-settings-daemon runs
> (to keep my gtk styles set). When it starts it runs xscreensaver, which
> when I run a kscreensaver, causes problems. How do I tell it not to
> start xscreensaver? Thanks!

A solution that many find less problematic to set gtk styles and themes within 
KDE is the gtk-qt engine. This provides a KDE control center module that 
allos you to set your gtk styles and fonts from within KDE. It can be set to 
a 'qt' style that will mimic the look & feel of your KDE applications, or you 
can choose to use an already installed gtk style.


Jes Hall
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