^ Client Side Decorations and headerbars
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^ Had to edit my post above, cause i missed something....
UPDATE: Theme bugfixes and some additional wallpapers...
http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic. … 09#p418609
@Kuno, way to think outside the box! Do you have Emgrampa working from Thunar's context menu entries "Extract here..." and "Create archive..."? It wouldn't work for me even though I see Emgrampa's changelog "added Thunar support".
... Do you have Emgrampa working from Thunar's context menu entries "Extract here..." and "Create archive..."? It wouldn't work for me even though I see Emgrampa's changelog "added Thunar support".
I ditched thunar years ago in favour of (at first) pcmanfm-mod and then (since version 1.2.0) pcmanfm. In pcmanfm you can choose your standard archiver in the preferences dialog. There those context menu entries work. So i didn't expect a problem.
For tests i just reinstalled thunar (being surprised about how much dependencies it pulls in... ).
There i have the same probs as you. Further on thunar won't respect my chosen icon theme...
Maybe someone could make a custom action script for thunar?? I for one will keep using pcmanfm...
Ok, thanks for the feedback. Always use --no-install-recommends if disk space is an issue...
sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends thunar
I usually also create a text file with the name of the package I'm installing and then copy/paste what apt is pulling in so I can remove it later if I want.
What icon theme? Does not sound right.
Last edited by hhh (2015-02-18 20:49:06)
Yep, no-install-recommends makes it much lighter! Forgot about that...
What icon theme? Does not sound right.
In fact those icon theme is something i put together from different sources years ago. It's the scalable svg's from Jimmac's Gorilla icons + png's i pulled out from an old PartedMagic LiveUsb. So it really is "not quite right". And nothing to worry about.
The other themes seem the same, so here's the link...
https://dl.orangedox.com/RuXGJe2HMwfQGr … sen.tar.gz
I hadn't set user-dirs.dirs up properly for that screenshot, hence no emblems on the home folder icons. Let me know if there's a problem in the the themes tar.gz or if there are other issues. Thanks!
-edit- Updated the theme with fixes and added some wallpapers. Please check them out! See the new BunsenLabs forum section to comment/complain.
Bunsen1 is now available... You can download pre-release .deb packages here.
@twoion is it OK to include that link in the Wally setup instructions?
@johnraff, hold that thought. damo noticed that tabbing through buttons in cb-exit gives no feedback. I've fixed it already but am tweaking a few things before I post an upload, give me a couple of hours.
-edit- New thread with updates...
Last edited by hhh (2015-03-04 19:23:24)
OK I'm probably late to the game and tried to use the instructions on the 1st post.
-packages.crunchbang.org is dead for now?
-bunsen is the successor to this? (and maybe 1-click-ish?)
@caycep This is really old (as far as FOSS goes...)
Right now Wally depends on crunchbang packages. This is meant to be a development tool. It's successor is the BunsenLabs netinstall (for the time being until an `.iso` comes out.) It's a pre-alpha release. Unless you know what you're doing, I'd advise you to place BunsenLabs on ice until further notice.
If you really want a #! Waldorf setup, see if you can find a torrent. (I'm not up-to-date on the .iso's being taken down, but the general consensus a couple months ago was that it was to be taken down after 'Jessie' went stable, so that makes sense if it is down atm.) Then follow "#! Waldorf to track Wheezy and then to Old Stable"
Last edited by smacz (2015-05-01 08:50:35)
I don't really need an exact crunchbang clone, really more of just a list of which packages to install from debian jessie to get a reasonable looking open box setup, that plays well battery and wifi-wise with a laptop, and can be used to do some light/moderate programming, data analysis with R, web surfing and music playing. I figure if I can get enough of the packages to work, I'm ok.
So far, most things work on my testing vm, except the toolbar and missing icons in thunar since I can't download them from packages.crunchbang.org lol
Addendum: erm, also I should add that I was using the Wally instructions so maybe I should post there...woops.
Last edited by caycep (2015-05-01 23:32:59)
Were you looking for tint2? I know it's in the Jessie repos...
.... I can't download them from packages.crunchbang.org lol....
Why not? Everything was still there just now: http://packages.crunchbang.org/waldorf/pool/main/
Get the deb you want and install with gdebi/dpkg (at your own risk )
And to add to the previous post, tint2 was one of the applications repackaged by corenominal, and which can break an upgrade. Install from the regular jessie repos.
nouveGnomeGray is very pretty, but I have problems distiguishing some of them at small sizes - like, in the tint2 toolbar. Because of the single colour, some have to be rather detailed to convey differences, if you see what I mean. I can't really tell Iceweasel from Icedove in the toolbar, for example. Might just be my old eyes...