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#1 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » September 2013 Screenshot Thread » 2013-09-21 20:05:03

OK I need to ask... how do you guys make your terminal apps (htop, mocp, screenfetch, rtorrent...) have all the same color scheme? Or even the terminal... I haven't managed to make urvxt to look different... hmm

#2 Re: Tips, Tricks & Scripts » Right way to clean install Linux along with Windows » 2013-09-20 09:17:19

I think I'll start by installing Fedore and then we'll see... I have another laptop at home so that'll be my #! machine for now.

So do I have to just delete all partitions except de Wind7 one and install Fedora on the remaining space?

#3 Tips, Tricks & Scripts » Right way to clean install Linux along with Windows » 2013-09-20 00:55:49

nakkeru
Replies: 3

Hi all! So here's the thing... I've been using C#! along with Win7 for the last weeks but tomorrow I start a two year polytechnic course on Web Applications Development and we'll use Fedora at class...so I though it'd be better to use it at home as well... BUT I really don't know the right way to do it... Here's a screenshot of GParted:

z4fNkJN.png?1

The sda3 is my Windows 7 partition and the rest is for Linux... the "/" (ext4) partitions I really don't know what it does...

Anyway... how should I do it to still have Grub working and showing both Windows and my new Fedora install? Should I format and delete all partitions except for Win7 and let the installer do the rest? Do I have my partitions right?

I know this is not about Crunchbang.... but I still will use it on my other laptop, and the community here is so helpful I though it would be OK to ask... but if a moderator thinks it's not I'll delete the post.

Thanks in advance wink

#4 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » September 2013 Screenshot Thread » 2013-09-19 12:11:22

djendreizak wrote:

changed my tint2 to white.

http://t.imgbox.com/acuJcr9g.jpg

Man, where do you get those wallpapers?

#6 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » September 2013 Screenshot Thread » 2013-09-14 16:31:40

djendreizak wrote:

changed my tint2 every 3 days, can't decide  roll 

current:
http://t.imgbox.com/acxHdfkm.jpg http://t.imgbox.com/acr9jd9T.jpg

Wow, beautiful! Care to share your tint2 config? and what's the name of the icons?

#7 Re: Tips, Tricks & Scripts » [SOLVED] Is there a way to make Conky show the current desktop » 2013-09-11 14:42:54

Wow, thanks a lot! Weird I didn't found it somewhere else, I know :8

#8 Tips, Tricks & Scripts » [SOLVED] Is there a way to make Conky show the current desktop » 2013-09-11 08:09:49

nakkeru
Replies: 3

I swear I've looked everywhere, but I've only found people with issues concerning Conky dissapearing and only showing the desktop.

So, I decided to get rid of tint2. I Like things minimal, and I don't need to see the name or icons of all the apps and systray it's kinda useless IMO.

But I'd like to see the current virtual desktop in my Conky plus the number of apps running on that desktop.

The ideal would be to be able to see ALL desktops, the number of apps and the current one in a different color, but I can imagine that's not possible... or is it?

Thanks y'all!

#9 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » September 2013 Screenshot Thread » 2013-09-03 12:22:20

djendreizak wrote:

Great shots everyone, very cool. I just love #! wink

http://t.imgbox.com/abvjKmNe.jpg

Wow man, amazing wallpaper! Where did you find it?

#10 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » August 2013 Screenshot Thread » 2013-08-31 16:46:40

ohyran wrote:

So this isn't crunchbang but I kinda wanted to post it anyway to prove a sort of point. This is Mint Xfce (the reason for using it is because my laptop like it and it works the best on it (correction: the best in the hands of someone with my very moderate skill set) - I think I can squeeze in LinuxBBQ Darkside on it but that is one huuuuge project to get everything working tickety-bo and I just don't seem to find the time... anywayanywayanyway. My POINT is that #! keeps being the beacon towards which I pick the way everything looks from now on.

I've removed the Xfce-panel, Xhost and a buttload of more stuff to make Xfce more snappy then I added a tint2 and tried to keep everything as clean as possible. I spent a few hours picking out shortcuts to the applicationfinders and stuff like that that I liked. I kinda went with "what is it with #! that I loved the most" and tried to stay with that.

So even if it isn't #! I thought I should post it anyway. Hats off for the design choices made by Corenomical and the gang

http://s23.postimg.org/u8xb0sozr/ffff.jpg


What's the name of the icons?

#11 Re: Tips, Tricks & Scripts » tmux keybinds won't work » 2013-08-21 12:27:49

Well... I've made it work by just changing the keybinds... too bad honestly since I usually like to keep the default setting for pretty much everything (so no susprises if I need to reinstall it and for whatever reason I don't have the congig file with me).

I dunno if I'll opt to reinstall my system to se if it works or just leave it like that,

#12 Re: Tips, Tricks & Scripts » tmux keybinds won't work » 2013-08-20 13:11:38

Same thing in a tty... uff... that's weird. I added nothing in autostart, in fact, I haven't even opened that file (and I'n not even sure where it is).

Even weirdier: the keybinf "C-a ," for changing the bash name works... maybe because it's a "regular" key with no "alt" needed to "write" it?

And sorry for speaking weird, english is not my first language (as you can tell).

#13 Re: Tips, Tricks & Scripts » tmux keybinds won't work » 2013-08-19 10:01:05

By the way I wanted to say thanks for the time, really, this community really shines  wink

#14 Re: Tips, Tricks & Scripts » tmux keybinds won't work » 2013-08-19 09:59:29

When I press 2 or 5 it shows 2 and 5, if I press Alt + 2 or 5 then it shows " or % but if I press Ctrl + 2 or 5 nothing happens hmm

# $Id: n-marriott.conf,v 1.11 2009-11-24 19:03:59 nicm Exp $
#
# By Nicholas Marriott. Public domain.

# Default global options.
set -g status-bg white
set -g status-center "%H:%M" # %d-%b-%y
set -g bell-action none
set -g lock-after-time 1800

# Default global window options.
setw -g remain-on-exit on
setw -g window-status-current-attr "underscore"
#setw -g xterm-keys on

# Prefix key.
set -g prefix C-a
unbind C-b
bind C-a send-prefix

# Keys to switch session.
bind Q switchc -t0
bind W switchc -t1
bind E switchc -t2

# Other key bindings.
bind F1 selectw -t:10
bind F2 selectw -t:11
bind F3 selectw -t:12
bind F4 selectw -t:13
bind F5 selectw -t:14
bind F6 selectw -t:15
bind F7 selectw -t:16
bind F8 selectw -t:17
bind F9 selectw -t:18
bind F10 selectw -t:19
bind F11 selectw -t:20
bind F12 selectw -t:21

bind m setw monitor-activity

bind y setw force-width 81
bind u setw force-width 0

bind -n F1 run-shell 'mpc toggle >/dev/null 2>&1'
bind -n F2 run-shell 'mpc'
bind -n F3 run-shell 'mpc prev >/dev/null 2>&1'
bind -n F4 run-shell 'mpc next >/dev/null 2>&1'
bind -n F5 run-shell 'mpc volume -5 >/dev/null 2>&1'
bind -n F6 run-shell 'mpc volume +5 >/dev/null 2>&1'

# Hide and show window name from status line
bind '-' setw window-status-format '#I'\; setw window-status-current-format '#I'
bind '+' setw window-status-format '#I:#W#F'\; setw window-status-current-format '#I:#W#F'

# First session.
new -d -s0 -nirssi 'exec ssh -t natalya exec sh ~/bin/tmux-start'
setw -t0:0 monitor-activity on
setw -t0:0 aggressive-resize on
set -t0 status-bg green
neww -d -ntodo 'exec emacs ~/TODO'
setw -t0:1 aggressive-resize on
neww -d -ntodo2 'exec emacs ~/TODO2'
setw -t0:2 aggressive-resize on
neww -d -nncmpc 'exec ncmpc -f ~/.ncmpc.conf'
setw -t0:3 aggressive-resize on
neww -d -nmutt 'exec mutt'
setw -t0:4 aggressive-resize on
neww -d
neww -d
neww -d
neww -d
neww -d
neww -d
neww -d
neww -d
neww -d
neww -d
neww -d
neww -d

# Second session.
new -d -s1
set -t1 status-bg cyan
linkw -dk -t0 -s0:0
linkw -dk -t1 -s0:1
linkw -dk -t2 -s0:2
linkw -dk -t3 -s0:3
linkw -dk -t4 -s0:4
neww -d
neww -d
neww -d
neww -d
neww -d
neww -d

# Third session.
new -d -s2
set -t2 status-bg yellow
linkw -dk -t0 -s0:0
linkw -dk -t1 -s0:1
linkw -dk -t2 -s0:2
linkw -dk -t3 -s0:3
linkw -dk -t4 -s0:4
neww -d
neww -d
neww -d
neww -d
neww -d
neww -d

It's one of the examples in tmux' folder. I know it changes the keybind C-b to C-a... still doesn't do anything...

Edit to say that if I type xmodmap on a terminal it shows this:

xmodmap:  up to 4 keys per modifier, (keycodes in parentheses):

shift       Shift_L (0x32),  Shift_R (0x3e)
lock        Caps_Lock (0x42)
control     Control_L (0x25),  Control_R (0x69)
mod1        Alt_L (0x40),  Meta_L (0xcd)
mod2        Num_Lock (0x4d)
mod3      
mod4        Super_L (0x85),  Super_R (0x86),  Super_L (0xce),  Hyper_L (0xcf)
mod5        ISO_Level3_Shift (0x5c),  Mode_switch (0xcb)

#15 Re: Tips, Tricks & Scripts » tmux keybinds won't work » 2013-08-19 07:16:57

Yeah sorry, I have it as a dotfile, I wrote it wrong here.

I've done what you said an still nothing... I guess I'll have to change pretty much ALL keybinds to use it... my keyboard looks like this: http://cehs.unl.edu/tlte/researchoutrea … yboard.gif

So Yeah, when I press Ctrl B " or Ctrl B % I'm actually pressing Ctrl b 2 and Ctrl B 5, and there's no way around, I've checked all the keymaps available for the spanish keyboard but I get the same problem every time...

It's supposed to be easy tongue

#16 Tips, Tricks & Scripts » tmux keybinds won't work » 2013-08-18 20:04:10

nakkeru
Replies: 11

I've looked everywhere... but still nothing. I created the ~/tmux.config and pasted some of the examples from tmux itself as well as some other configs I found on the Internet. But nothing. No matter if it's C-b or C-a it won't work... maybe it's because I use a spanish keyboard? both the " and the % have to be pressed after the alt key to write them (at least if you really wanna write them in a document), but I don't know if that's the reason...

#17 Re: Tips, Tricks & Scripts » [Solved] Weird OpenBox Menu behaviour » 2013-08-18 15:26:31

Wow thanks! I guess I should've known about the backup on ske1, well, now I know big_smile

It's the second time I have to reinstall #! haha, I've been messing with pretty much every config file on the system plus changing the init to systemd, the kernel to sid... well, that's the only way I know to learn new things... by breaking them all first  tongue

Thanks again!

#18 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » August 2013 Screenshot Thread » 2013-08-18 14:54:34

I just discovered tmux along with some CLI ncurses programs. I LOVE IT. Still lots of work to do blah blah blah (it's a neverending path, isn't it?).

2013_08_18_000941_1366x768_scrot.jpg

#19 Tips, Tricks & Scripts » [Solved] Weird OpenBox Menu behaviour » 2013-08-18 14:52:10

nakkeru
Replies: 3

I deleted Gimp from the terminal but it was still appearing in the menu. Of course if I click there nothing happens.
So I open the config file for the menu and delete the Gimp item... well, now EVERYTHING under "Accessories" have dissapeared, but the rest of the xml file is exactly the same as it was just without the Gimp item.

Has anyone experienced something similar before? What can I do? Where can I find the original xml menu file to just copy it and start again? I know I should've made a backup... it won't happen again :8

#20 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » August 2013 Screenshot Thread » 2013-08-15 15:41:06

Still LOTS of work to do, but frak it, here it is:

Clean:

aby5_R6_J.jpg

Super-dupper-fake busy:

o3_UDG3w.jpg

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#21 Re: Tips, Tricks & Scripts » Tint2: 4 desktops, 1 taskbar (how?) + Systray "independent" » 2013-08-14 06:14:52

Well both options get close but not 100% what I was looking for, which is impossible to make solely with tint2.
Anyway, I'll stick with single_desktop and showing it's "number".

I really like dwm's statusbar... I might try that WM only for that alone tongue

Thanks for the help anyway guys wink

#22 Re: Help & Support (Crunchbang 11 "Waldorf") » Crunchbang Alternatives » 2013-08-13 05:37:52

Archbang, Manjaro... But the "one" I recommend the most is: http://linuxbbq.org/wordpress/

They have a flavour for everyone, and you can find the people behind BBQ in this forum (altough they have their own).

#23 Re: Tips, Tricks & Scripts » Tint2: 4 desktops, 1 taskbar (how?) + Systray "independent" » 2013-08-13 05:28:31

By the way I installed alsa-mixer (I deleted pulseaudio, for whatever reason I had some noise issues and now they're gone) but same thing, using the CLI Mixer I can't boost the signal any further than 100%  sad

#24 Re: Tips, Tricks & Scripts » Tint2: 4 desktops, 1 taskbar (how?) + Systray "independent" » 2013-08-13 05:26:23

I'm stuck with my tint2. What I need to know if it's possible to do is to make tint2 show the numer of desktops but having only one taskbar showing the active one.

Something like this:

[1][2][3][4] firef... thuna... (empty space) systray (battery, volume, network)

And having the active desktop numer in a different color.

Is that possible? It seems like no matter what I do having multiple desktops means having multiple taskbars.

#25 Tips, Tricks & Scripts » Tint2: 4 desktops, 1 taskbar (how?) + Systray "independent" » 2013-08-11 08:16:43

nakkeru
Replies: 9

Hi all!

So... I hate having icons in my tint2 panel... it's just the volume, the wi-fi signal and the battery... but I hate having them there, they just trash the overall look I'm looking for.

I'm considering using ceni (a CLI)  to connect to wireless networks and I already have my Conky configured to see the signal strength so I could just remove the wi-fi applet... same thing with the battery, I can see how much left I have in my Conky and I can use the XFCE Power Management by itself (it's not an applet as the next one, the volume). So far so good.

But I'm having trouble with the volume thing. Yeah I can monitor how loud my speakers are but I can't use the volume control by itself as far as I've seen, and using Alsa Mixer on the terminal is not cutting it for me - I like going further than 100% of volume, and the volume applet allows me to do that, but I can only open in through clicking the icon... sooo, what do you guys recommend me to do? Is there any CLI app that allows me to do that (boosting the signal)?

I'm editing this same post so there's no need to create another one.

I'm stuck with my tint2. What I need to know if it's possible to do is to make tint2 show the numer of desktops but having only one taskbar showing the active one.

Something like this:

[1][2][3][4] firef... thuna... (empty space) systray (battery, volume, network)

And having the active desktop numer in a different color.

Is that possible? It seems like no matter what I do having multiple desktops means having multiple taskbars.

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