>> Don't know if anyone has looked at some the stuff coming in the next
> version of OsX "tiger" , the is an application called "automator"
>>http://www.apple.com/macosx/tiger/automator.html>> Anyone know of a linux application in that same vein??
Hmm I'm not sure about interfaces like that.
IMHO they usually sit between the sweet spots
of useability and flexibility. There's no free
lunch and all that...
Personally I would spend the couple of days
required to get up to speed on a language to
do the same thing (shell, python, ...)
It does remind me of the "event -> rules -> actions" paradigm
I.E. something like: http://www.rulecore.com/screenshots/index.html
Pádraig Brady - http://www.pixelbeat.org
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Multiple X sessions
It is possible to open more than one "X" session on a single box.
As User #1 (from console) : $startx -- :0
As User #2 (from console) : $startx -- :1 ... and so on
Toggle between sessions with Ctrl+Alt+F(n) and Ctrl+Alt+F(n+1)
and so on ... where n is the first free tty (usually F7)
vnc or xnest can be handy for the same task also.
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