Table of Content
This is a multiple-parts article. There are few sections here.Overview
Config: General rc.xml
Config: Key and Mouse Binding
Menu: XDG Applications
Tint2: Simple Taskbar
Tint2: More Backgrounds
Tint2: Panel Items
Install: openbox, tint2
Install: scrot, feh, nitrogen
Goal: Explaining how to log out from openbox
There are few options to log out from openbox:
Default Exit Action
Terminal: shutdown -h now. (just kidding)
This is not a part of config, but rather an additional feature, utilize third party application.
This is the default logout dialog from openbox.
However, there is a good application called
that you can set them as keybinding, or just put it in menu.
~/.config/oblogout/config looks similar to this below:
However you can add more theme from
Just copy all the file to
And change the config.
oblogout theme contain png images, and sometimes also the svg source. It seems like it also support svg images directly. Unfortunately, I still don’t know how to activate svg icons in oblogout.
And run the script.
And Voila! The ugly dialog pops up.
~/.config/bl-exit/bl-exitrc is long.
I rarely change, except the theme
And the theme itself looks similar to this:
Now we have the beautiful exit dialog.
Surprisingly, my friend make this good python script.
The documentation is enough that I do not have to write more in my blog.
We are finished with openbox configuration.
Consider continue reading [ Tint2: Simple Taskbar ].
- August 2018
- July 2018
- June 2018
- Distribution - Slackware Plasma 5
- Linux Network - Samba
- Linux Multiboot - chroot
- Linux Multiboot - /etc/fstab
- Linux Multiboot - Partition Schema
- Tint2 - Panel Items
- Tint2 - More Backgrounds
- Tint2 - Simple Taskbar
- Openbox Menu - Exit
- Openbox Menu - Generator
- Openbox Menu - XDG Applications
- Openbox Menu - Dynamic
- Openbox Menu - Static
- Openbox Config - Rules
- Openbox Config - Key and Mouse Binding
- Openbox Config - General rc.xml
- Openbox Config - Overview
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