squint is command that duplicates the output of a monitor into a X11
The very purpose of such a gadget is to allow displaying a
presentation (or making any kind of demonstration) on multiple monitors
in the same time without cloning the entire screen. The laptop's panel
remains fully available to do any other stuff.
- gtk+ (>=3.0)
- python2 (>= 2.4)
Optional (but recommended):
- libxi (>=1.5)
- txt2tags gzip (for the man page)
The build script is based on *waf*. To build squint, you need to run:
Then, as root:
By default squint is installed into /usr/local. You can configure this
with the --prefix option when running "./waf configure"
For more details run "./waf --help" or check the documentation at:
See the man page
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