Paralogger is a script to "tail" the system logs in borderless transparent Eterm(s). Its purpose is to make setting up a "root tail" an easy set and forget. Paralogger makes the placement of the terminals (geometry) more friendly for the user by detecting the screen resolution and calculating the geometry of the terminals automatically. It can also load or save a configuration file.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Color hex values in the config file starting with a hash mark were treated as comments.
Release Notes: Paracal processes were hanging around after running paralogger. Messages about Eterm 0.9.2 being unsupported have been fixed.
Release Notes: A fix for reported problems about being unable to calibrate (when calibrating and launching Eterm, paralogger forces name AND title to "paracal-$$"), Makefile installs the docs, and cleanups to the .spec file.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug with the -single and -color option which when combined could cause colortail to read its configuration files in the wrong order.
Release Notes: It now makes use of the -q option if used with the latest CVS version of Eterm 0.9.1 so that the Eterm(s) refuses to take keyboard input.