The initial set up for both Warthog (5.04) and Breezy Badger (5.10) didn’t have sound working. sudo su modprobe sb io=0x200 irq=5 dma=1 esstype=1869
I’ve decided to go with a remote tactic that’s slightly more reliable than my previous tactic: Name the gvim server by the contents of the $DISPLAY variable. I have side-by-side PCs with their own X-servers, so I want to send the file to the gvim server that is outputting the same place as my cscope […]
On a multiuser environment, I added the ‘ps -fu’ bit to detect a gvim session, slightly more fool-resistant than just checking the result code of the –remote-send call. My remotesplit: ps -fu $LOGNAME | grep -v grep | grep gvim 2>/dev/nullif [ $? -ne 0 ]then gvim $*else gvim –remote-send “<ESC>:sp $CSCOPE_ROOT/$2<CR>:0<CR>:$1<CR>:-1<CR>” 2>/dev/nullfi
:menu MENUBARITEM.DROPDOWNITEM [keystrokes go here] – Appends/updates a drop-down menu, MENUBARITEM, with DROPDOWNITEM as the last menu selection. When this menu is selected, the keystrokes specified at the end are entered. :hi Search guibg=LightGreen – change background for search highlighting.
-o N – open N windows, or as many windows as file arguments passed (open windows as splits within the same session)