.xprofile settings

Before discovering Slim I usually just used lxdm, which is nice and feature rich. However, login managers like lxdm (and I hear this applies to GDM, LightDM, and more…) do not obey any settings I put in, for example, ~/.xinitrc. Therefore, ~/.xprofile seems to be the solution for such graphical login.
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Stop XScreenSaver when fullscreen is playing

I want to disable XScreenSaver when playing YouTube videos. I looked for any browser plugins, but did not find anything suitable. Sure, I can always turn it off before I watch something in the browser, but come on. Therefore I decided to look for a more “global” solution.
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Mounting an iPhone on CRUX

The old iPhone saga continues. I use my phone quite “lightly”, but every couple of years I think it’s a good idea to clean the photos and videos. Should be easy enough right? Heh… I naively plugged it in and nothing happened. Well, the libimobiledevice project is iPhone’s friend on Linux. So, i decided to prepare a few ports.
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HP LaserJet P1005 and foo2zjs

Recently, I had to connect my old HP LaserJet P1005 printer to my CRUX 3.6.1 box. I’ve had it for over 10 years, and I remember that on Slackware, it did not work out of the box. Instead, I had to use the drivers provided by foo2zjs. So, I decided to install them again.
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Customised xterm

Although I’ve always had xterm installed, I rarely used it. Once upon a time it was the default terminal in Xfce, and it opens by default by some programs, but that’s all. I decided to have it polished a bit and customise the colours, font and cursor.
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