turns your X root into an aquarium
Enjoy an animated aquarium background on your screen, with a variety of
tropical fish swimming in it.
All I did to compile it was add: '|| defined(linux)' to the end of line 49
of xfish.c, and added: '#ifdef linux signal(SIGUSR1, toggle_secure); #else'
at line 1469 followed by '#endif /* LINUX */' at line 1495.
I didn't figure this out for myself either, I just looked at the port of
xfishtank1.0 at sunsite /pub/Linux/X11/demos/xfishtank.tar.Z
done by: Dave Black email@example.com
I included t
When I switched to TrueColor on my Linux box, I found that xfishtank just crash
with a segmentation fault, how frustrating. Digging into the code, I found
that it only support depths 1-8. Thanks to John Cwikla's article:
The X Color Context: Color Management For (Almost) Any Occasion
in The X Advisor: June 1995 - Vol 1 No 1. http://www.unx.com/DD/advisor
I got xfishtank to support True
********************** FUN WITH FISH *********************
There are lots of programs for lots of platforms to make fish swim in the
background of your screen. This is a modification of an old one called
xfish (also called Xaquarium), that I have added more features to.
To not confuse you (or confuse you more) I will call this modified xfish
"xfishtank". ['A rose by any other name...' a
xfishtank - Fish
xfishtank (2.2-26) unstable; urgency=low
* QA upload.
* Maintainer field set to QA group.
This is a Debian prepackaged version of xfishtank.
This package was put together by Joey Hess <joey
Browse inside xfishtank_2.2-26_amd64.deb
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