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Title: gmenu2x - Terminal
Post by: tuki_cat on February 08, 2010, 01:24:38 pm
Hi,

I have set up gmenu2x on my dingoo but the one thing I can get to work is the terminal option, this the option that shows you 15 seconds of Dingux enabling you to check for errors.

Do i need a script or do I point it towards a program?

Thanks
Title: Re: gmenu2x - Terminal
Post by: santino on February 08, 2010, 01:37:07 pm
This is my solution from my local pack:

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title=Terminal
description=Check terminal output
icon=skin:icons/terminal.png
exec=/boot/local/gmenu2x/scripts/terminal.sh
clock=336
gamma=100
backlight=100

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#!/bin/sh
sleep 5

Maybe this works too:
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title=Terminal
description=Check terminal output
icon=skin:icons/terminal.png
exec=sleep 15
clock=336
gamma=100
backlight=100
Title: Re: gmenu2x - Terminal
Post by: eule on February 08, 2010, 01:37:55 pm
Ninja?d  :o
Wondered the same and found it in the dmenu.cfg:
sleep 15
Put that into a file named sleep.sh or something and put it into your local folder. Don?t now if it works in other folders too.
 :D
Title: Re: gmenu2x - Terminal
Post by: zear on February 08, 2010, 01:45:50 pm
actually, it doesn't need to be "sleep x", this one works better:
Code: [Select]
#!/bin/sh
read keypress
It will wait for you to press START key to return to the menu.
Title: Re: gmenu2x - Terminal
Post by: darfgarf on February 08, 2010, 02:07:32 pm
what works better is pressing start, then turning log output on, then once the program has run, go into the log viewer under settings  ;D
Title: Re: gmenu2x - Terminal
Post by: Kalisiin on February 08, 2010, 09:24:11 pm
Hey...is this something you can add to the .cfg file so that the screen doesn't flash away so quick, and you can actually READ what error it is telling you you have??

Major-league useful if so!!

Please tell me what it is.  I would like to set that up as a menu option to go to see my error message any time I want.  for as long as I want...make it so I have to press a button before the error message goes away.

By the way, I use dmenu 0.6  I know what file to edit and everything...just need to be totally sure of all the right code to put in, and no wrong code.
Title: Re: gmenu2x - Terminal
Post by: Pingouin on February 08, 2010, 09:29:27 pm
actually, it doesn't need to be "sleep x", this one works better:
Code: [Select]
#!/bin/sh
read keypress
It will wait for you to press START key to return to the menu.

Works great, thanks!