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revised X11 stops rendering during automated testing while switched to different run level
hopefully more readable
Jun
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comment X11 stops rendering during automated testing while switched to different run level
I would assume that in either circumstance there would be a configuration to ignore that "off" state
Jun
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comment X11 stops rendering during automated testing while switched to different run level
the data output from the application is correct , points progress level etc . also silly but you can still hear the audio output . I found a short blurb about how x11 does not render when switched to another tty , but no further info after a fair amount of searching .
Jun
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comment X11 stops rendering during automated testing while switched to different run level
the screen recording of the application just stops and goes blank , i have a little program that compares those recordings between test runs and looks for visual discrepancies .
Jun
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comment X11 stops rendering during automated testing while switched to different run level
it is in fact using HW acceleration to render
Jun
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asked X11 stops rendering during automated testing while switched to different run level
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asked use result of last line in bash
Apr
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comment Use for loop in find exec
This is very useful . While waiting for an answer I actually figured to use globstar . I was actually going to ask about adapting my find command to find more specifically the files in bin and not just the bins to recurse .
Apr
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comment Use for loop in find exec
I'm finding a set of folders then looping through the collection of commands in those bins . The problem with your answer is that if there are new line characters ( maybe spaces tabs etc I always forget ) the script will die a fiery death . Normally not a problem looping your own bin but I'll look for sub folders with a user chosen name and kaboom goes trash puter
Apr
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comment Use for loop in find exec
ya man bash those hostile characters
Apr
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accepted Use for loop in find exec
Apr
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comment Use for loop in find exec
Nope . I want to know the syntax for what I placed in the original question .
Apr
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asked Use for loop in find exec
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asked pkill -P $ID working while kill — -$ID not
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