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#51 2015-06-07 00:43:57

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

@ColossalCrunch, to recap:

ColossalCrunch wrote:

I tried several different combinations and it still lanches way too many. I even commented out the line and it didn't make any difference. Not sure what else I can do about it.

johnraff wrote:

See 'man xset' for the meaning of this setting, in the "r" section.

man xset wrote:

  r       The  r  option controls the autorepeat.  Invoking with "-r", or
               "r off", will disable autorepeat, whereas "r", or  "r on"  will
               enable  autorepeat.

I don't know if that might help. smile


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#52 2015-06-07 02:39:25

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

Colossal_Crunch wrote:

I also wanted to point out that if you click on the clock the calander will not disappear until you click on the clock again. This isn't really a problem, but I think it isn't the best way for it to work. It should disappear whenever you click anywhere else on the screen in my opinion.

The calendar that you are referring to isn't part of tint2.  It's a separate package called gsimplecal and the functionality you describe is by design.  If you don't like it, perhaps complain to the developer?  You could also use keybinds to use a key combination to open and close the calendar.  I don't know how to do that though.

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#53 2015-06-07 11:57:36

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

KrunchTime wrote:
Colossal_Crunch wrote:

I also wanted to point out that if you click on the clock the calander will not disappear until you click on the clock again. This isn't really a problem, but I think it isn't the best way for it to work. It should disappear whenever you click anywhere else on the screen in my opinion.

The calendar that you are referring to isn't part of tint2.  It's a separate package called gsimplecal and the functionality you describe is by design.  If you don't like it, perhaps complain to the developer?  You could also use keybinds to use a key combination to open and close the calendar.  I don't know how to do that though.

The calander is part of the built in clock that came with tint2 in bunsenlabs. I don't think it is a horrible issue, just a minor flaw. I'm just accustomed to being able to minimize the tray content anytime you click off of it. Instead you have to make a point of clicking on the time twice. No big deal really.

What is the smartest way to "complain" to the developer?

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#54 2015-06-07 12:00:47

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:
Colossal_Crunch wrote:

I also wanted to point out that if you click on the clock the calander will not disappear until you click on the clock again. This isn't really a problem, but I think it isn't the best way for it to work. It should disappear whenever you click anywhere else on the screen in my opinion.

Un-comment the "deb-src" lines in /etc/apt/sources.list, use:

sudo apt-get update && apt-get source tint2

Then modify the code to your taste.

I did what you suggested and it seems like everything is working!

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#55 2015-06-07 12:04:53

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

Colossal_Crunch wrote:

What is the smartest way to "complain" to the developer?

https://gitlab.com/o9000/tint2

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#56 2015-06-07 12:07:07

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

johnraff wrote:

@ColossalCrunch, to recap:

ColossalCrunch wrote:

I tried several different combinations and it still lanches way too many. I even commented out the line and it didn't make any difference. Not sure what else I can do about it.

johnraff wrote:

See 'man xset' for the meaning of this setting, in the "r" section.

man xset wrote:

  r       The  r  option controls the autorepeat.  Invoking with "-r", or
               "r off", will disable autorepeat, whereas "r", or  "r on"  will
               enable  autorepeat.

I don't know if that might help. smile

Still not working for me sad
It really was only while I was learning the keybinding that it was a problem anyway. I can live with it. Just figured it might be something worth bring up. Here is what I have:

## Set keyboard settings - 250 ms delay and 25 cps (characters per second) repe$
## Adjust the values according to your preferances.
xset r off &

## Turn on/off system beep
xset b off &

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#57 2015-06-07 12:59:40

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

you could replace gsimplecal call in your tint2 config with something like

urxvt -geometry 25x10-10+30 -e bash -c "cal && sleep 7"

which will self-terminate in 7 seconds (and based on your urxvt config may look better).

edit: or

gsimplecal & sleep 7 && killall gsimplecal

edit2: however if you think about it, the as-is toggle functionality is a good default.

Last edited by brontosaurusrex (2015-06-07 13:14:32)

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#58 2015-06-07 19:26:08

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

maybe JMO maybe you could just take your finger(s) off of your keys faster to prevent it from registering for such a time limit to give it time to open more than one terminal wink


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#59 2015-06-07 20:08:17

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

Well done brontosaurusrex wink , who need gtk3 gsimplecal now? not me for sure tongue big thanks for the awesome idea.
I haven't installed any cal because "gsimplecal" it's a gtk3 app and i have zero gtk3 apps installed, just look what want to give me ++ gsimplecal

nili@corejess:~$ sudo apt-get install gsimplecal --no-install-recommends
[sudo] password for nili: 
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree       
Reading state information... Done
The following extra packages will be installed:
  adwaita-icon-theme dconf-gsettings-backend dconf-service glib-networking glib-networking-common
  glib-networking-services gsettings-desktop-schemas libatk-bridge2.0-0 libatspi2.0-0 libcairo-gobject2
  libcolord2 libdconf1 libgtk-3-0 libgtk-3-bin libgtk-3-common libjson-glib-1.0-0 libjson-glib-1.0-common
  libproxy1 librest-0.7-0 libsoup-gnome2.4-1 libsoup2.4-1 libwayland-cursor0 libxkbcommon0
Suggested packages:
  gvfs
Recommended packages:
  at-spi2-core colord
The following NEW packages will be installed:
  adwaita-icon-theme dconf-gsettings-backend dconf-service glib-networking glib-networking-common
  glib-networking-services gsettings-desktop-schemas gsimplecal libatk-bridge2.0-0 libatspi2.0-0
  libcairo-gobject2 libcolord2 libdconf1 libgtk-3-0 libgtk-3-bin libgtk-3-common libjson-glib-1.0-0
  libjson-glib-1.0-common libproxy1 librest-0.7-0 libsoup-gnome2.4-1 libsoup2.4-1 libwayland-cursor0
  libxkbcommon0
0 upgraded, 24 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
Need to get 17.8 MB of archives.
After this operation, 55.8 MB of additional disk space will be used.
Do you want to continue? [Y/n] n
Abort.

^DAMN! 8)  ]:D

The ideal solution
three-month calendar, no gtk3 sh!tz.

yd6MqDJ.png

urxvt -geometry 56x10-8+855 -e bash -c "ncal -3 && sleep 10"

on my tint2 config

clock_lclick_command = urxvt -geometry 56x10-8+855 -e bash -c "ncal -3 && sleep 10"
clock_rclick_command = urxvt -geometry 56x10-8+855 -e bash -c "ncal -3 && sleep 10"

Excellent!

Edit: P.S. I like a lot gsimplecal, it's a light tool calendar, but just don't like gtk3 things and what gtk3 propone.

Nili

Last edited by Nili (2015-06-07 20:51:50)


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#60 2015-06-07 20:46:30

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

Colossal_Crunch wrote:

The calander is part of the built in clock that came with tint2 in bunsenlabs. I don't think it is a horrible issue, just a minor flaw. I'm just accustomed to being able to minimize the tray content anytime you click off of it. Instead you have to make a point of clicking on the time twice. No big deal really.

What is the smartest way to "complain" to the developer?

You don't know what you're talking about.  Uninstall gsimplecal and see if the calendar still works.  roll

Smartest way to report bugs or make suggestions to the developer is probably to look for such a link on the developer's site.

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#61 2015-06-08 09:45:13

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

Nili: I wish I had more of this good ideas wink

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#62 2015-06-08 19:43:22

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

All of a sudden I can't get my keyboard to auto repeat or delete. Could It have anything to do with bunsen? (sorry I just can't seem to find any info on where the settings would be for something like that in openbox)

Also, I'm still a bit hazy on how to upgrade my github bunsen repo? Anyone nice enough to explain how I can keep bunsen packages updated?

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#63 2015-06-08 19:51:14

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

Colossal_Crunch wrote:

Anyone nice enough to explain how I can keep bunsen packages updated?

cd ~/bunsen-netinstall-master
./upgrade-bunsen-pkgs -u

Or:

cp ~/bunsen-netinstall-master/upgrade-bunsen-pkgs ~/bin
upgrade-bunsen-pkgs -u

Once the executable is copied to ~/bin you can just run the upgrade command from anywhere.

For your keyboard problem, post the output of:

xset -q

EDIT: I think a new thread may be called for here...

Last edited by Head_on_a_Stick (2015-06-08 19:53:08)

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#64 2015-06-08 20:57:31

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

Colossal_Crunch wrote:

...
Also, I'm still a bit hazy on how to upgrade my github bunsen repo? Anyone nice enough to explain how I can keep bunsen packages updated?

Did you read an answer you have been given already?
http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic. … 19#p430419


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#65 2015-06-09 17:27:11

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

damo wrote:
Colossal_Crunch wrote:

...
Also, I'm still a bit hazy on how to upgrade my github bunsen repo? Anyone nice enough to explain how I can keep bunsen packages updated?

Did you read an answer you have been given already?
http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic. … 19#p430419

Damo, I did and I couldn't figure anything out sad
Looking at the man or --help didn't tell me enough even though I'm sure it should of been plenty.

However, head_on_a_stick wrote it out in baby steps for me. Thanks for the help though.

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#66 2015-06-09 17:29:26

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:
Colossal_Crunch wrote:

Anyone nice enough to explain how I can keep bunsen packages updated?

cd ~/bunsen-netinstall-master
./upgrade-bunsen-pkgs -u

Or:

cp ~/bunsen-netinstall-master/upgrade-bunsen-pkgs ~/bin
upgrade-bunsen-pkgs -u

Once the executable is copied to ~/bin you can just run the upgrade command from anywhere.

For your keyboard problem, post the output of:

xset -q

EDIT: I think a new thread may be called for here...

Sorry it took me so long to get back to you about this problem.

jack@SyCog:~$ xset -q
Keyboard Control:
  auto repeat:  off    key click percent:  0    LED mask:  00000000
  XKB indicators:
    00: Caps Lock:   off    01: Num Lock:    off    02: Scroll Lock: off
    03: Compose:     off    04: Kana:        off    05: Sleep:       off
    06: Suspend:     off    07: Mute:        off    08: Misc:        off
    09: Mail:        off    10: Charging:    off    11: Shift Lock:  off
    12: Group 2:     off    13: Mouse Keys:  off
  auto repeat delay:  660    repeat rate:  25
  auto repeating keys:  00ffffffdffffbbf
                        fadfffefffedffff
                        9fffffffffffffff
                        fff7ffffffffffff
  bell percent:  0    bell pitch:  400    bell duration:  100
Pointer Control:
  acceleration:  2/1    threshold:  4
Screen Saver:
  prefer blanking:  yes    allow exposures:  yes
  timeout:  600    cycle:  0
Colors:
  default colormap:  0x20    BlackPixel:  0x0    WhitePixel:  0xffffff
Font Path:
  /usr/share/fonts/X11/misc,/usr/share/fonts/X11/100dpi/:unscaled,/usr/share/fonts/X11/75dpi/:unscaled,/usr/share/fonts/X11/Type1,/usr/share/fonts/X11/100dpi,/usr/share/fonts/X11/75dpi,built-ins
DPMS (Energy Star):
  Standby: 600    Suspend: 0    Off: 900
  DPMS is Enabled
  Monitor is On

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#67 2015-06-09 17:33:58

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

@OP: Please start a new thread for your keyboard problem -- no other users will benefit from a solution if it is hidden away here.

Use a descriptive thread title and post exactly what the problem is, exactly what you have tried so far and the output of `xset -q` that you have given above.

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#68 2015-06-16 19:20:46

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

Nili wrote:

Well done brontosaurusrex wink , who need gtk3 gsimplecal now? not me for sure tongue big thanks for the awesome idea.
I haven't installed any cal because "gsimplecal" it's a gtk3 app and i have zero gtk3 apps installed...

The ideal solution
three-month calendar, no gtk3 sh!tz.

http://i.imgur.com/yd6MqDJ.png

urxvt -geometry 56x10-8+855 -e bash -c "ncal -3 && sleep 10"

on my tint2 config

clock_lclick_command = urxvt -geometry 56x10-8+855 -e bash -c "ncal -3 && sleep 10"
clock_rclick_command = urxvt -geometry 56x10-8+855 -e bash -c "ncal -3 && sleep 10"

Excellent!
...
Nili

Cool!

You can also

clock_lclick_command = xterm -bg "rgb:51/52/53" -fg "rgb:aa/aa/aa" -geometry 20x10-5-30 -T 'Date' -e bash -c "ncal -1 && sleep 10"
clock_rclick_command = xterm -bg "rgb:51/52/53" -fg "rgb:aa/aa/aa" -geometry 56x10-5-30 -T 'Calendar' -e bash -c "ncal -3 && sleep 15"
clock_tooltip = %A %d %B
brontosaurusrex wrote:

Nili: I wish I had more of this good ideas wink

+1

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#69 2015-06-16 20:05:22

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

News Plus wrote:

You can also

clock_lclick_command = xterm -bg "rgb:51/52/53" -fg "rgb:aa/aa/aa" -geometry 20x10-5-30 -T 'Date' -e bash -c "ncal -1 && sleep 10"
clock_rclick_command = xterm -bg "rgb:51/52/53" -fg "rgb:aa/aa/aa" -geometry 56x10-5-30 -T 'Calendar' -e bash -c "ncal -3 && sleep 15"
clock_tooltip = %A %d %B

Thank you New Plus,
Already tried to make some colors but my efforts left me without a hope. I have only urxvt installed, no xterm.
So far I've done...
5l2Exk5.png
if there is any way or possibleto color this code for >>rxvt console

clock_lclick_command = urxvt -geometry 56x10-925+846 -e bash -c "ncal -3 && sleep 5"

It would be fully completed smile

brontosaurusrex wrote:

Nili: I wish I had more of this good ideas wink

+1

Thanks in advance,
Regards

Last edited by Nili (2015-06-16 20:06:07)


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#70 2015-06-16 20:54:34

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

AFAIK xterm is everywhere present.  smile

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#71 2015-06-16 20:57:15

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

Nili wrote:

if there is any way or possibleto color this code for >>rxvt console

rxvt-unicode accepts the same flags as xterm (at least as far as `-fg` & `-bg` goes) so just use the same commands but change "xterm" to "urxvt" (or "urxvtc" if you are using the rxvt-unicode daemon) wink

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#72 2015-06-16 23:53:50

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

@Nili: you don't have to go via xterm/whateverterm route. You can for example invoke conky:

Example with conky source.


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#73 2015-06-17 07:11:16

Nili
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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:

rxvt-unicode accepts the same flags as xterm (at least as far as `-fg` & `-bg` goes) so just use the same commands but change "xterm" to "urxvt" (or "urxvtc" if you are using the rxvt-unicode daemon) wink

Tried changing xterm to urxvt but didn't brought any difference also tried with -fg, -bg. I may have to look carefully once again. Thanks for the suggestion.

iMBeCil wrote:

@Nili: you don't have to go via xterm/whateverterm route. You can for example invoke conky:

Example with conky source.

Yes on conky it is quite possible, i have done lots of time but i just don't want on conky anymore, i prefer to use cal on console terminal. Thank you also.

News Plus wrote:

AFAIK xterm is everywhere present.  smile

True but i didn't installed on netinst, preferred urxvt, i always use this one.

Regards

Last edited by Nili (2015-06-17 07:22:24)


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#74 2015-06-17 10:07:46

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

Another idea:

In ~/.config/openbox/menu.xml "gksudo synaptic" change to "synaptic-pkexec".

It is believed, that this is safer.

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#75 2015-06-17 11:24:18

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Re: I installed Bunsenlabs! What do I do NOW?!!?!?

And if you do not want to mess around with iptables

$ sudo apt-get install ufw
$ sudo ufw enable

A minimum...

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