Just noticed that I "cb-*" scripts got lost somehow in my crunchbang. I ran cb-welcome once and that's it. I've rewrote the default openbox rc.xml and lost an option to shutdown the pc. It was "cb-shutdown" as I remember from obmenu. Where did these scripts all go? I could not have deleted them, since I didn't know about their location in the first place. Now that I've found some of them in ~/.config/crunchbang/ they appear to be all empty.
~/.config/crunchbang$ ls cb-bad-nautilus cb-setup cb-welcome minerals@crunchbang:~/.config/crunchbang$ cat cb-welcome minerals@crunchbang:~/.config/crunchbang$
Last edited by minerals (2012-10-04 05:47:21)
A handy tool for this kind of thing is "locate" -- install the "mlocate" package, then update the database:
sudo apt-get install mlocate sudo updatedb
Now whenever you want to find something, just type (for example):
You will need to run "sudo updatedb" once in a while, and especially after you update/dist-upgrade.
thanks, mlocate is a nice tool. However there are no cb-* scripts on my mahine and I have no idea how they have disappeared and why.
I have found them in the repo under the name "crunchbang-bin-scripts" and "cb-wmhacks". Guess they got deselected of smth.
The scripts may have been removed when you uninstalled something else recently. Sometimes removing one Debian package has unexpected consequences for others.