This is a configuration for X-Window and fvwm2, designed
to match the interest of a 23 month old child for the possible
reasons for which his daddy presses the keys of his keyboard.
It needs: X-Window, Linux (I am using Debian Woody),
fvwm2 and oneko.
GUGULIME-23V1 implemets immediate and reproducible reactions
to random key pressing:
- Pressing a letter draws a large version
of the letter on the root screen.
- Pressing F1, F2, F3, F4 starts
oneko animals (dogs and cats), one for each press, which chase the
mouse cursor on the screen.
- Pressing F5 hides all animals from the screen.
- Pressing F6 draws and enhanced version of the GNU antelope,
the same one which a certain daddy is using as background.
- Pressing F7 to F12 fills the screen with solid colors.
- Pressing digits 1 to 9 draws a corresponding number
of lines, grouped in twos or threes if necessary.
- Pressig Ctrl+Alt+Backspace closes the X session.
To install, make a new user account and uncompress the archive below:
Login in the new account and start X, or just login if using xdm.