Special Forums News, Links, Events and Announcements Software Releases - RSS News Genmenu 1.0.8 (Stable branch) Post 302278177 by Linux Bot on Monday 19th of January 2009 03:40:04 PM
Genmenu 1.0.8 (Stable branch)

ImageGenmenu can generate menus for Blackbox, Fluxbox, Openbox, Window Maker, and Enlightenment based on the program binaries found installed on a system. The list of programs to search for are contained within the script. Users can, to a limited degree, customize their menus via a set of interactive questions. License: GNU General Public License (GPL)Changes:
Enlightenment 0.16 support has been added. icedove has been added to mail. Pidgin has been added to messaging. KMix and VLC have been added to multimedia. Audacity has been added to music. QCad has been added to graphics.Image

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Difficulty: Medium
Rocky Mountain BASIC (RMB) is a dialect of the BASIC programming language created by AIX.
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OPENBOX(1)						      General Commands Manual							OPENBOX(1)

NAME
openbox -- A minimalistic, highly configurable, next generation window manager with extensive standards support. SYNOPSIS
openbox [--help] [--version] [--replace] [--reconfigure] [--restart] [--config-file FILE] [--sm-disable] [--sync] [--debug] [--debug-focus] [--debug-xinerama] DESCRIPTION
Openbox is minimalistic, highly configurable, next generation window manager with extensive standards support. You can start Openbox in three ways: If you run a display manager such as GDM, you will find 3 entries in the login session type menu for Openbox: GNOME/Openbox, KDE/Openbox and Openbox. If you want to use Openbox within GNOME or KDE, you can choose the appropriate entry, and it will launch GNOME or KDE with Openbox as the window manager. The third option at log in, which is Openbox without a session manager, uses the openbox-session command to start Openbox. On log in, openbox will run the ~/.config/openbox/autostart.sh script if it exists, and will run the system-wide script /etc/xdg/open- box/autostart.sh otherwise. You may place anything you want to run automatically in those files, for example: xsetroot -solid grey & gnome-settings-daemon & Make sure that each line is followed by a "&" or else the script will stop there and further commands will not be executed. You can use the /etc/xdg/openbox/autostart.sh file as an example for creating your own. The default /etc/xdg/openbox/autostart.sh runs a number of things with Openbox. Lastly, if you use startx to launch your X session, you can set up a ~/.xinitrc file to run openbox-session and follow the same directions as above regarding the autostart.sh file. You can use the obconf tool to configure Openbox easily with a graphical interface, however more in-depth configuration is possible by editing the configuration files by hand. The default configuration and menu files are installed in /etc/xdg/openbox/, and the user configuration is placed in ~/.config/openbox/. You can copy the default configuration and menus to ~/.config/openbox and edit it to your liking. OPTIONS
These are the possible options that openbox accepts: --help Show a summary of the options available. --version Show the version of the program. --replace Replace the currently running window manager. --reconfigure If Openbox is already running on the display, tell it to reload its configuration. --restart If Openbox is already running on the display, tell it to restart. This is useful if you have upgraded Openbox and don't want to restart X. --config-file FILE Use FILE for configuration instead of looking for rc.xml in the XDG search path. FILE is an absolute path. --sm-disable Do not connect to the session manager. --sync Run in synchronous mode (for debugging). --debug Display debugging output. --debug-focus Display debugging output for focus handling. --debug-xinerama Split the display into two fake xinerama regions, if xinerama is not already enabled. This is for debugging xinerama support. SEE ALSO
obconf (1), openbox-session(1), openbox-gnome-session(1), openbox-kde-session(1). The program's full documentation is available on the website: http://openbox.org/ Please report bugs to: http://bugzilla.icculus.org/ OPENBOX(1)

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