Defeating Repetitive Stress Injury with RSIBreak

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How to set up RSIBreak to save yourself from workoholism.

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Why not using gnome feature instead?

kapal's picture

Gnome has similar feature:

On System -> Preferences -> Keyboard -> Typing break.

It'll lock entire screen ensuring a break (default 3 minuts every hour).

Very Cool!

Shawn Powers's picture

Thanks for the tip, as a Gnome user, that looks very appealing. :)

Shawn Powers is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal. You might find him chatting on the IRC channel, or Twitter

How about Workrave?

Kees-Jan Dijkzeul's picture

If you like RsiBreak, you might like Workrave better. Then again, you might not. Opinions differ ;-)

Like RsiBreak, there is a Workrave package available in synaptic

Very slick

Shawn Powers's picture

I agree, I might like that even better. That's one reason I love the Linux Journal community -- y'all are knowledgeable and willing to share tips. :)

Thanks!

Shawn Powers is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal. You might find him chatting on the IRC channel, or Twitter

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