[nycbug-talk] BSD on a desktop (revisited)
Sun Aug 7 22:18:42 EDT 2005
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On Sun, Aug 07, 2005 at 10:05:31PM -0400, Scott Robbins wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 07, 2005 at 09:28:38PM -0400, Francisco Reyes wrote:
> > On Sun, 7 Aug 2005, Scott Robbins wrote:
> In my .xinitrc
> fbsetbg -t image #this is just a bit of eyecandy
> exec evilwm -term aterm
> Then, to open a terminal ctrl+alt+ return
> To move it around, the same commands as vi (with ctl+alt) l for right, h
> for left j for down k for up. A few other things as well.
As I prefer mod4, the Windows key for things like this, I found that I
can change that too. Now, the .xinitrc reads
exec evilwm -bw 0 -term aterm -mask1 mod4
(Case is important and must follow their man page.) This gives me an
aterm if I hit the windows key and return, enables me to move the window
around with mod4 and vi keystrokes, and gives me a borderless aterm.
Now, I'm trying to see if one can also bind keystrokes to open
applications. If I can, I might even switch.
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