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Originally Posted by Game master pro
Copying and pasting from the command line is easy if you have a 2-button mouse. Simply highlight the text you wanna copy, then go to the place you want to put it, and click both buttons at the same time. This should paste the highlighted text for you.Registered Linux user #388328 || Registered LFS user #15880
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Ok, i got adding icons to work in fluxbox, i have a home and firefox icon that opens firefox, and opens my home (/home/gmp) directory with rox, whoo this is easy, i'll try getting it working in xfce, i think the new version of idesk fixed that problem where you need to sacrifice your menu thingy
I've been readnig, and noticed that it is possible to use rox to get icons, but HOW do you do it, can someone please help me here? or using idesk in xfce
Thanks for the link, i installed that after install some swig thing (im getting better at compling stuff, whoo) ok, i run it inside fluxbox and it has a little calander thing on the screen, which is kinda pointless, but i have icons now in flux whoo, (not with fluxspace but with idesk) it works fine, but how do i change the background, i can't seem to work out how, and where can i get more styles for fluxbox, any, like, oficiol sites like fluxbox-look.org or something?
As far as a background, the command is:
fbsetbg -f <filename>
session.screen0.rootCommand: fbsetbg -f <filename>
OK thanks, got that working, now i want to try and get icons in xfce
i have done some googling and have the same problem as here > http://www.os-cillation.de/cgi-bin/y...num=1111794512 <
how can i "kill xfdesktop" does anyone know?
ps aux | grep xfdesktop
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Hum, I'm pretty sure the vectorlinux.com guys have icons with their xfce setup...maybe you could find some material over there.
(FYI, in case you aren't familiar with VectorLinux, VL is based on SW)