Frank Church wrote:
> On 20/04/2009, Henry Nestler<henry.ne@...> wrote:
>> ColdShine wrote:
>>> Henry Nestler wrote:
>> >> Frank Church wrote:
>> >>> Is there a way to set the title of the console in the colinux.conf
>> >>> file i the command options.
>> >> no, you can't. The title line will be update from console depends on the
>> >> current state (attached or detached).
>> > I'd like that to be implemented, too. I think it could be set using a
>> > special sequence for PS1, like you do in Xterm. I think
>> > colinux-console already has a parser for the escape sequences, right?
>> coLinux use the kernel "struct consw" in same way all other video
>> drivers used it (frame less graphic cards). There is no option for
>> title, as I known. Xterm uses other ways and more subfunctions.
>> To add a title to coLinux console, needs to change directly in the user
>> land console programs on host side.
>> Henry N.
>>> To add a title to coLinux console, needs to change directly in the user
>>> land console programs on host side.
> Could that be done from the command line or with a Windows utility?
No. coLinux console is changed the title line after starting the
colinux-console-nt.exe or colinux-console-fltk.exe.
You can set the titly by windows and disable the console spawning and
than run colinux console from explorer or from other command prompt.
Than you would have a title line, but only for the colinux-daemon, not
for the console.
C:\> title "your text"
C:\> colinux-daemon -d ...
open second prompt