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STARTFLUXBOX(1) 						  Fluxbox Manual						   STARTFLUXBOX(1)

NAME
startfluxbox - start a fluxbox session SYNOPSIS
startfluxbox DESCRIPTION
startfluxbox is a script which runs the file ~/.fluxbox/startup If it doesn't exist it will be generated. startfluxbox should be started from your ~/.xinitrc if you use startx, or ~/.xsession if you run a display manager, like xdm. FILES
~/.fluxbox/startup This file contains all commands that should be executed before fluxbox is started. The initial file contains helpful comments for beginners. It also starts fluxbox. EXAMPLES
The default ~/.fluxbox/startup is as follows: #!/bin/sh # # fluxbox startup-script: # # Lines starting with a '#' are ignored. # Change your keymap: xmodmap "$HOME/.Xmodmap" # Applications you want to run with fluxbox. # MAKE SURE THAT APPS THAT KEEP RUNNING HAVE AN ''&'' AT THE END. # # unclutter -idle 2 & # wmnd & # wmsmixer -w & # idesk & # And last but not least we start fluxbox. # Because it is the last app you have to run it with ''exec'' before it. exec fluxbox # or if you want to keep a log: # exec fluxbox -log "$fluxdir/log" If you need to start applications after fluxbox, you can change the exec fluxbox line above to something like this: exec fluxbox & fbpid=$! sleep 1 { xsetroot -cursor_name left_ptr -fg white -bg black & ipager & gkrellm2 & } & wait $fbpid So xsetroot, ipager, and gkrellm2 will all be started after fluxbox, after giving fluxbox 1 second to startup. For more details on what else you can do in this script, see sh(1), or the documentation for your shell. AUTHORS
The author of startfluxbox(1) is Han Boetes <han at fluxbox.org> This manpage was converted to asciidoc format by Jim Ramsay <i.am at jimramsay.com> for fluxbox-1.1.2 SEE ALSO
fluxbox(1) AUTHOR
Jim Ramsay <i.am@jimramsay.com> Author. startfluxbox.txt 28 October 2011 STARTFLUXBOX(1)

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bbrun(1)							      bbtools								  bbrun(1)

NAME
bbrun - An elegant tool for the Blackbox window manager that runs commands SYNTAX
bbrun [OPTIONS] [-- [-display <display>]]... DESCRIPTION
bbrun is a small but very useful application. It makes it convenient to quickly execute commands from the blackbox or fluxbox window man- agers. bbrun is very similar to KDE's Alt+F2 Run Command dialog box. When launched, it occupies a small portion of the desktop and docks itself to the right side of the screen. The run dialog is opened by clicking on the tiny bbrun window. You don't necessarily need blackbox for this program to work. It looks just as good in fluxbox, but it won't look the same in other window managers. FILES
~/.bbrun_history OPTIONS
-a, --advanced - advanced mode, shows more options than the normal command entry box. The default is for it to be in normal (tradi- tional/simple) mode. -h, --help - this help screen -i, --history-file=<history file> - set the history file to use. (default: ~/.bbrun_history) -v, --version - print the version number -w, --withdraw - withdrawn mode, will go straight to command entry box Options that must occur after '--' if they are used: -display <display> - set the display that the gearbox should show up on GENERAL USAGE INFO
bbrun can be run in normal mode where it creates an icon that sits in the slit. You can then click on the gear icon to make the text entry window popup. You can also run bbrun in withdrawn mode by specifying the -w flag. This is ideal for use with the key shortcut program bbkeys since it will jump straight to the text entry screen. bbrun also supports the 'escape' and 'enter' keys for those of you who like to use the mouse as little as possbile. bbrun keeps a history of your most recent commands. The history list is stored in the '.bbrun_history' file in your home directory. If the file does not exist it is created automatically. Also keep in mind that you need quotes when you specify arguments with spaces in them. eg. mpg123 '/mp3/Creed - Higher.mp3' This file was updated by Kevin Coyner <kcoyner@debian.org> on February 12, 2007. Josh King <;jking@dwave.net> 1.6 bbrun(1)
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