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SubjectRe: how is the screen is redrawn after it is blanked ?
On Sat, Aug 05, 2000 at 08:58:57PM +0300, Ahmed El-Mahmoudy wrote:
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> when I leave the computer without any activity (ie. when I do not use the
> keyboard nor mouse) for a while, the console blanks. And when I move the
> mouse or press some key on the keyboard, the console is redrawn again,
> does anyone know how this is done ? is there some call from/to the linux

It is done inside the console driver.

> kernel that does this ? and if yes, what is that call ? thanks in

see the 'setterm' utility on how to adjust this (esp. the -blank option)

> advance...
>

Bye,
Thorsten

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