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: Specific tools for openbox.
In oblogout this case, I will give an example in Fedora. You can do it in other distribution as well, such as Debian or Gentoo.
But I will give different example for openSUSE
Compile Step by Step
This is an example for any distribution that does not support oblogout package. You have to compile it yourself. But do not worry. It is easy.
I’m using this fork
First I went to a directory that stored all my clone. I have already had many repository in there. You might have difeerent directory.
Now it is a good time to clone.
Most distro require this
Because we need to run
setup.py later on.
Now you can run from anywhere you like in your OS.
Running oblogout is easy.
And this is the preview. You may click to see original resolution.
How about distribution that support oblogout package. Here an example, since I’m using openSUSE 15.
Now you can launch oblogout.
Just in case, there is no oblogout, in your Debian/Ubuntu based distribution, compiling is the same. Here is my screenshot.
Exactly the same steps with Fedora.
I just want to show my Gentoo screenshot. I just can’t help it.
Yo may click the image below for more verbose compilation.
I really just can’t help it.
Consider continue reading [ Install: obmenu-generator ].