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Installation GoBang

1. Start the machine from the CD or USB.
2. After starting the system, right click on the desktop.
Menu -> Terminal.
Enter [ubiquity].
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3. Language Selection Installer.
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4. Selecting the installation method.
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5. Selecting the disk partitioning.
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5. Selecting the location of the world.
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6. Language Selection System.
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7. Creating a User.
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8. After that the installer performs copying files.
Window informing about the completion of the installation process.
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9. Restart the machine, logon screen.
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10. Important, language selector.
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11. Approval of the selection as the default for the system.
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12. The first launch of the system and start post-installation script.
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13. Basic procedures needed for proper system operation.
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13. Despite the language selection during installation, not all language packs are installed and set as default.
Completion of installation or removal of unnecessary languages.
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14. Setting the language selection by, grab a drop in the highest position.
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15. The keyboard layout.
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15. Performing further procedures pos-installation script. Then reboot the machine to save the changes.
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16. That would be enough to GoBang work properly 😉 !!!

Documents

MAN XGO

XGO(1) XGO(1)

NAME
xgo – X-session based on terminal emulator

SYNOPSIS
xgo [-option]
goout
terminator [-option]
gnome-terminal [-option]
xclock [-option]
goterminal
gobox [-option]
gomenu
goconky

DESCRIPTION
Session xgo based on X-server without running window man‐
ager. Session interface based on terminal emulator: gnome-
terminal and terminator. Gnome-terminal is a main terminal
emulator and it also manages session. Terminator is
designed to run console applications in tabs at
boot/startup (from auto-start list). CLI applications: man,
mc, elinks, netstat, alsamixer, htop. Each of them has its
own manual called from command line: man [application].
Xclock application is also run in the session. If you what
to know something about terminal profiles type: man termi‐
nator or man gnome-terminal.

EXAMPLES
terminator tabs
Opening new tabs [-RKM in menu working area ] – open
a new tab

terminator arranging
Arranging menu tabs [-RKM in menu working area ] –
arrange: horizontally, vertically.

terminator profiles
Menu style definition [-RKM in menu working area ] –
profiles Terminator always after opens or arranges
tabs uses a default profile.

Terminator preferences
Terminator preferences [-RKM in menu working area ]
– preferences.

Gnome-terminal menu
Gnome-terminal menu [-RKM in menu working area ]
gnome-terminal does not suport tab arranging.

gnome-terminal exit
gnome-terminal [-

gobox –exit
Exit xgo window manager.

sudo xgo –exit
Exit xgo session.

sudo goout
Exit, logout, sleep, lock, hibernate.

INTRODUCTION
xgo session provides many options in order to customize to
user preferences.

The environmental variables change (if they were set) xgo
session. It is possible to create own auto-start profiles:
you can run not only CLI applications but also GUI applica‐
tions. To do this type, for example: [-thunar &].

Similarly, you can run an openbox window manager typing in
the command line [gobox]. Parameter –exit [gobox –exit]
is used to exit window manager. Gobox script runs path
openbox. Using Path you can setup location for openbox sep‐
arate configuration file.

Terminator uses GTK , all applications derive settings from
GTK. Gnome-terminal derives settings from openbox session.
Changes made to GTK in xgo session influence on openbox
session style.

User interface consist of CLImenu. This menu is not
included in goterminal auto-start list and remains not con‐
figured. Sometimes, depending on the software used, you
need to edit menu file [/usr/bin/gomenu]. Gomenu runs in
terminal [gomenu &]. Conky –layout was customized to user
interface, to call it type in the command line [goconky].

The aim of /usr/bin/xgo script is to start [xgo –session]
and end [xgo –exit] session. You can end session in dif‐
ferent ways:

-call [exit] in gnome-terminal
-close gnome-terminal window while running gobox
-select option gobox -> exit in menu
-select option gobox -> exit in menu
-issue the command [sudo goout]

The best way is to choose one of the last three methods.
The first two methods may cause errors during restart of
MDM.

Xgo session is not saved, so all changes are made by edit‐
ing configuration files.

Keyboard – you can use all keyboard shortcuts declared in
terminator and gnome-terminal configuration files. In open‐
box window manager you can also use gobox keyboard short‐
cuts.

Mouse – use mouse to highlight or define working area.

The idea of xgo is to educate and familiarize the user how
to use Linux command line.

FILES
/usr/share/xsessions/xgo.desktop
Xgo session definition file.

/usr/bin/xgo
Startup the session.

/usr/bin/goterminal
Startup script terminator with the declared: GTK,
profile, layout.

/usr/bin/gobox
Start the patch openbox

/usr/share/oblogout/goout
The personalized oblogout script for the xgo ses‐
sion.

/usr/bin/gomenu
CLI applications menu.

/usr/bin/goconky
Configuration of the start a Conky in a xgo session.

SEE ALSO
http://cli-apps.org/
http://www.jaredandcoralee.com/CLIapps.html
X(7), startx(1),mdm(1),openbox(1)), terminator(1), gnome-
terminal(8), xclock(1).

ERRORS
If MDM does not restart automatically after you type exit
in gnome-terminal, or close gnome-terminal window (while
running gobox) you will have to restart login manager or X-
server.

Implementation procedures:

1.Login up for in TTY console
– [ Ctrl+Alt+F1 ] virtualbox – [ Ctrl+F1 ]
2.Issue the command
– [ sudo service mdm restart ]
or
1.Restart X server by:
– [ Ctrl+Alt+PrtSc+k ]

AUTHOR
Wojciech Witkowski 2013 r. under the „GoBang System”

Sesja X in GoBang System 2013-02-15 XGO(1)

Documents

MAN ObProfile

obprofile(1) obprofile(1)

NAME
obprofile – the tool for changes the configuration on Open‐
Box

SYNOPSIS
obprofile [-option]
–restore
–light
–dark
–user
–help

DESCRIPTION
obprofile automates the process of replacing configuration
profiles and OpenBox sessions.

EXAMPLES
obprofile –restore
Replace the configuration files with restore defini‐
tion files.

obprofile –light
Replace the configuration files with light defini‐
tion files.

obprofile –dark
Replace the configuration files with dark defini‐
tion files.

obprofile –user
Replace the configuration files with user definition
files.

obprofile –help
Call help text.

INTRODUCTION
obprofile obprofile enables quick switch between configura‐
tion files:

OpenBox
– ~/.config/openbox/autostart
– ~/.config/openbox/menu
– ~/.config/openbox/rc.xml
– ~/.config/gtk-3.0
– ~/.gtkrc-2.0
– ~/.gtkrc-2.0.mine

Application
– ~/.wbar
– ~/.tilda
– ~/.conkyrc
– ~/.config/tint2/tint2rc
– ~/.config/terminator/config
– ~/.config/nitrogen/bg-saved.cfg
– ~/.config/xfce4/xfconf/xfce-pearchannel-xml/xfce4-noti‐
fyd.xml

Application during first run creates a folder tree in
~/.config/openbox/profile. Error window reports there is no
configuration files. Settings backup are created (default
settings) during first profile change and kept in
[–restore], then user must set up other configuration
files.

Activities necessary to make changes:

– Menu -> conf -> User Interface Settings
– Menu -> conf -> Choose Wallpaper
– Menu -> conf -> Openbox -> GUI Config Tool
– Menu -> conf -> Openbox -> GUI Menu Editor
– Menu -> conf -> Config Layout -> icon
– Menu -> conf -> Config Layout -> wbar
– Menu -> conf -> Config Layout -> tint2
– Menu -> conf -> Config Layout -> conky
– Menu -> conf -> Config Layout -> notifyd
– Menu -> Tilda -> menuRKM -> Preferences
– Menu -> Terminal -> menuRKM -> Preferences

In addition, you can define Openbox autostart list in ses‐
sion profile. To do this, edit the file ~/.config/open‐
box/autostart to add or remove programs from startup list.
Programs added to the startup list are called while pro‐
files are changed, so if, during switching from one set‐
tings to another settings, process running in the back‐
ground is not killed, it will be doubled, to avoid this,
edit the file:
– Menu -> conf -> Openbox -> Edit profile apps
All other changes made to Openbox are saved in ~/.con‐
fig/openbox/rc.xml for example: edit file rc.xml in sec‐
tion Keybindings… to change keyboard shortcuts. Rc.xml
file is a configuration file of OpenBox.

Default keyboard shortcuts for switching between profiles:

– Super+1 –restore
– Super+2 –light
– Super+3 –dark
– Super+4 –user

The idea of obprofile is to make Openbox session more
attractive, and also to introduce a OpenBox Window Manager
and its configuration.

FILES
/usr/bin/obprofile
File the program.

/usr/bin/gb-changer-profile
The tool of switch obprofile.

/home/$USER/.config/openbox/profile
Catalog files of configuration.

SEE ALSO
http://openbox.org/
http://urukrama.wordpress.com/openbox-guide/
openbox(1),lxappearance(1),conky(1),tint2(1), wbar(1),gtk-
theme-switch2(1).

ERRORS
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AUTHOR
Wojciech Witkowski 2013 r. under the „GoBang System”

The tool for changes the con2013-03-02 on OpenBox obprofile(1)