dcop questions : I found it (not realy :o( )

Carsten Schlipf carsten at yeap.de
Fri Jul 2 21:17:54 BST 2004

Hi Nicolas,

I use the following to start the konsole and get the PID:

eval "konsole &" > /dev/null

You can't use kstart to start the konsole though.

For the case someone is interested, attached is a script that opens a 
konsole window and opens sessions to a list of hosts (listed in a file) 
in tabs.

Best regards,

Nicolas wrote:
> On Friday 02 July 2004 07:31, Kevin Krammer wrote:
>>On Friday 02 July 2004 06:00, Nicolas wrote:
>>>On Thursday 01 July 2004 22:59, Nicolas wrote:
>>>>I found it.  It's not realy clean, but it does the job.
>>>>kstart -type Override konsole --script --profile log_no_deco
>>>>pid=$(expr $$ + 2)
>>>>then dcop $konsole .....
>>>>Nic Cola
>>>the hack works if i only start one konsole. "$$" give the PID of the
>>>shell script.  I'd need the PID of the konsole...
>>You can get the PID of a session's shell by DCOP.
>>You could look through all sessions until the you find the PID you got by
>>your construct above.
> It's fine if I do it my self (with the mouse and keyboard), but I'd like to 
> place 7 konsoles with 2 differents profiles.  Since dcop need the 
> "konsole-$PID" type of string, I need the pid to find my konsole :o)
> The big problem with "$$" is the possibility of other process to start before 
> the last konsole is started.  I tryed to add a constant number to the base 
> PID to have the PID of the other konsoles, but I always vahe problem with the 
> last ones depending if another process is started.
> If I find a solution, I'll post it here.
> 	Nic Cola
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